Suspense in ReactJS

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In this article, we will learn how to show a loader while the component is being lazily loaded.

When the components are lazily loaded, it requires a fallback to be shown to indicate that the component is being loaded in the DOM.

Syntax

<Suspense>

Example

In this example, we will build a Routing application that lazily loads the component and displays a loader while the component is being loaded lazily.

App.jsx

import React, { Suspense, lazy } from 'react';
import { BrowserRouter as Router, Route } from 'react-router-dom';
import Loader from './Loader.js';

const Contact = lazy(() => import('./Contact'));

const App = () => (
   <Router>
   <Suspense fallback={<Loader />}>
   <Route exact path="/contact" component={Contact} />
   <Route
      path="/"
      exact
      render={() => (
         <div>
            <h1>TutorialsPoint</h1>
            <a href="/contact">Contact Us</a>
         </div>
      )}
   />
   </Suspense>
   </Router>
);
export default App;

Contact.js

import React from 'react';

const Contact = () => {
   return (
      <div>
         <h1>Contact Us</h1>
         <h4>You already know us</h4>
      </div>
   );
};
export default Contact;

Loader.js

import React from 'react';

const Loader = () => {
   return <div>Please wait...</div>;
};
export default Loader;

In the above example, when the component is being lazily loaded, the Loader component is loaded in the DOM as a fallback to this component.

Output

This will produce the following result.

raja
Published on 19-Mar-2021 11:11:36
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