What is React Query?
Instead of writing reducers, caching logic, timers, retry logic, complex async/await scripting (I could keep going...), you literally write a tiny fraction of the code you normally would. You will be surprised at how little code you're writing or how much code you're deleting when you use this tool.
React Query is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to React Query's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses React Query?
64 companies reportedly use React Query in their tech stacks, including OmniPlatform, Papara, and Hotjar.
117 developers on StackShare have stated that they use React Query.
React Query Integrations
React, React Native, React-admin, refine, and React Location are some of the popular tools that integrate with React Query. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with React Query.
React Query's Features
- Updating async
- Lazy loading
- Managing memory
React Query Alternatives & Comparisons
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