Maximising performance with code splitting techniques

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Maximising performance with code splitting techniques

You can maximise the performance of your React applications with my guide to the latest code-splitting techniques. Learn how to use dynamic imports, React Lazy, Loadable Components, route-based code splitting, preloading, inlining critical CSS, and dynamic chunks with code examples.

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Detecting unnecessarily mounted React components in a large app

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Adopting React in the Early Days

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