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Nur Islam
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Jul 6, 2022 ⋅ 11 min read

Adding spinners and notifications to your React app

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3 Replies to "Adding spinners and notifications to your React app"

  1. Great resource. Thanks for sharing with us. My app have some odd behaviour. I stopped the backend server and tried to save a new user (Trying to force for an error). Both notifications (success and error) were executed. Are you know why?
    axios.post().then(–succes-notification).catch(–error-notification)
    I’m using react-toastify if make sense.

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