In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Lee Robinson from Vercel about React Suspense, server components, the edge, and more!Lightstep Incident Response - Sponsor
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- 00:35 Welcome
- 01:34 Guest introduction
- 02:25 Syntax hosted on Vercel
- 04:08 What is suspense?
- 06:50 Benefits of selective hydration
- 13:15 Sponsor: Lightstep Incident Response
- 14:24 How does suspense know you’re doing something inside of it?
- 18:02 How does this connect to server components in React?
- 22:00 How do we use this in NextJS?
- 24:32 NextJS routing future
- Layouts RFC
- 33:11 Will I ever be able to use web components inside NextJS?
- 36:12 Sponsor: Gatsby
- 37:14 What’s happening with the Edge?
- Edge Runtime
- 47:37 What should we use for databases?
- 50:39 Supper Club dessert questions
- 58:57 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××