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re: You are retrieving some data from API. Till you retrieve the data, you should have something like data: null, after you get data from API, you shou...

What if the API is not in your hand and you have no control over it?

I don't see it being overused in ruby or c# or any other language. Why should this happen in JS?

Assuming that objects returned from third-parties conform to a specific structure (and therefore, not 'verifying' their structure and the presence/lack-thereof of expected properties) is most-likely a security blunder.

Sorry, I don't fully understand what you mean.

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