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01:56 - What do you do?
06:04 - What is React Query?
24:19 - How does React Query use dev tools?
31:20 - What about React Context?
36:59 - Server-rendered components?
42:40 - Thoughts on static sites?
50:38 - What is the stack?Links
- Syntax 206: State Machines, CSS and Animations with David K Piano
- RTK Query
- Tailwind CSS
- React Static
- Tanner: Nozzle.io
- Scott: Testing with Cypress - Sign up for the year and save 25%!
- Wes: All Courses - Use the coupon code ‘Syntax’ for $10 off!