In this article series, I’ll not teach you how to create an API but keep in mind that you need to create or receive an API before data fetching.
We know that data fetching is a crucial aspect of modern web development with the increasing complexity of web applications needing to work with dynamic loading of data from servers to web applications, by making API calls to fetch and save items.
It’s important to note that using client-side data fetching can affect the performance of your application and the load speed of your pages. This is because the data fetching is done at the time of the component or pages mount, and the data is not cached.
Throughout this article series, we’ll provide examples and code snippets that illustrate the concepts we discuss. We’ll also share tips and tricks to help you optimize your data-fetching code and avoid common pitfalls. Whether you’re a Frontend engineer looking to deepen your understanding of data fetching or a seasoned Frontend engineer who wants to improve their skills, this article series has something for you.
Whether a beginner or an experienced Frontend engineer, this article series will provide valuable insights and practical tips to enhance your data fetching skills.
Thank you for reading, I hope this article can somehow have increased your knowledge base about it.
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