Fetching Data in React using React Async
IBM Research shows how health insights may come from fingernail wearable
You’re probably used to fetching data in React using axios or fetch. The usual method of handling data fetching is to:
- Make the API call.
- Update state using the response if all goes as planned.
- Or, in cases where errors are encountered, an error message is displayed to the user.
There will always be delays when handling requests over the network. That’s just part of the deal when it comes to making a request and waiting for a response. That’s … Read article
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Malta energy storage system is looking forward to first pilot
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Network orchestration: Researcher uses music to manage networks
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Flea-sized solar panels embedded in clothes can charge a mobile phone
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Professor models system using baking soda filled capsules to capture CO2 emissions
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Low-cost catalyst boosts hydrogen production from water
Although the use of renewable energy is on the rise, coal and natural gas still represent the majority of the United States energy supply. Even with pollution controls, burning these fossil fuels for energy releases a tremendous amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere—in the U.S. alone, coal and natural gas contributed 1,713 million metric […]
New foldable drone flies through narrow holes in rescue missions
A future powered by carbon-free fuel depends on our ability to harness and store energy from renewable but intermittent sources, such as solar and wind. Now, a new catalyst developed at University of Toronto Engineering gives a boost to a number of clean energy technologies that depend on producing hydrogen from water. Source: Techxplore
Micro-manufacturing technology promises a revolution in blood testing
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Imagine a pocket-sized device that can conduct laboratory-scale testing in an instant. Now imagine that device applied to the medical industry, affording a revolution in diagnosis and health monitoring worldwide. Source: Techxplore