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Rico Kahler
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Jun 9, 2023 ⋅ 6 min read

react-virtualized vs. react-window

Rico Kahler I’m a React engineer at www.justsift.com. At Sift, I’m responsible for taking the team’s ideas and designs and turning them into experiences.

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2 Replies to "react-virtualized vs. react-window"

  1. “Without windowing, React has to write your entire list to the DOM before one list item is visible.” This statement although correct is not the entire reason why one should use a virtualized list, imho scrolling is the main reason here. Scrolling a dom list with thousands of nodes feels like you’ll die of old age before you get to the other side.

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