React Suspense with the Fetch API

From the legend Dan Abramov himself, we receive such gems as “There is [no data fetching solution compatible with React Suspense] that exists yet,” and “[React Cache] will be the first one,” and “Suspense is limited to code splitting.”

If I have one thing to tell Daniel “Abra Cadabra” Abramov, besides how impressed I am with his work, it’s this:

“No.”

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