kandi X-RAY | react-query Summary
kandi X-RAY | react-query Summary
Hooks for fetching, caching and updating asynchronous data in React. Enjoy this library? Try the entire TanStack! React Table, React Form, React Charts.
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Right now, I am using authentication on every page but I want to define it globally in _app.tsx file.
Now, my component...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-02 at 14:41
So I think for this you should create a wrapper component that does the check on it's own and then renders out stuff so that you don't need to repeat it for each page.
How do I set up React Router 6 to restore scroll position when I navigate and when the browser window is refreshed?
React Router 5 has a page about scroll restoration, but I can't find anything about scrolling in the docs for v6, so I guess that you're supposed to handle this yourself with another package. Fair enough, but I can't find anything that's compatible with React Router 6.
The packages react-scroll-restoration and oaf-react-router require v5. (oaf-react-router does list that it supports v6, but the basic usage code example isn't compatible with v6, and the related issue #210 is still open.)
Gatsby and Next.js support scroll restoration out of the box, but I doesn't look like there's a neatly packaged package that you can just use.
This little demo app with server side rendered pages does what I want. Scroll position is restored when navigation back and forth and refreshing the browser window.
Here is the same app using React Router 6, where the scroll position isn't saved and restored, but actually reused between pages. The usual workaround for that is to scroll to the top whenever the page is navigated, but I am not interested in that behaviour.
Edit: React Query writes that the issue with scroll restoration is that pages are refetching data, thereby implying that if the data for rendering the pages is there, scroll restoration just works. I cannot confirm that, because my small React Router 6 app has the issue even without doing any data fetching at all. I feel like there is something small think I am missing in order to get it to work.
Rant: I am quite surprised that the typical answer to this issue is to call
window.scrollTo(0, 0) when navigating. This only fixes the issue of the scroll position being transferred between pages. When the scroll position isn't restored, the user experience when navigating between pages is seriously deteriorated. I guess this is partly why pop-up windows have become so popular, but they bring a long suite of other UX issues, so I really want to avoid using them.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-05 at 16:52
Thanks to this comment in oaf-react-router I was able to get it to work with React Router 6. There are a few caveats, though, so I do not consider this a viable solution for a professional web app.
As stated in this code comment,
oaf-react-routerhas to use the same version of
react-router-domdoes. That's why
HistoryRouteris exported as
unstable_HistoryRouter. This solution does indeed feel quite unstable.
oaf-react-routerdoes not restore the scroll position when refreshing a web page. I don't know if this can be achieved easily, and it's something that might be acceptable.
I am trying to fetch data from firebase but data is shown as undefined, status is successful but data seems not working.
the console.log in fetchstory seems to getting the desired data but I am unable to assign the data to useQuery....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-19 at 08:27
Try adding a
So my example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 18:29
Including your param in the
queryKey in the
useQuery declaration should automatically refetch the data when the param changes. See modified example below:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-14 at 18:24
I have managed to get this working. For the benefits of others ill share my learnings:
I made a few small changes starting with my api function. Changing the function to the following:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 23:05
Just removed the tilde prefix
I need to do the filtering of movies in my component. Initial queries must be all movies. And after I click by button (button name for example historic/сomedy) my data, that I render in my react component must be changed to data from such queries with only history or сomedian movies. How can I realize this in react-query....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-29 at 13:19
ideally, filtering should happen in the backend. That way, you can just make the name of the filtered movie part of your query key. React Query will then automatically refetch if the key changes, and also cache each entry filtering individually:
I have a custom
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 14:27
running multiple mutations in parallel does work with
I am using react-query and have a lot of
useQuery hooks that accept these parameters:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 09:33
You are not allowed to extend interface with
T. In order to do that -
T should be statically known.
If you want to extend
T you should use
type syntax instead of
So the react-query cache is a key-value store but that is sort of limiting no? I thought that it was always best to keep network requests to a minimum since they take orders of magnitude longer than getting data from the cache. That being said, if I have a route /todos as the page for all the todos and a sub route /todos/FE234F32 as the page for some random todo, the query key for all the todos would be ["todos"] and the query key for the specific one would be ["todos", "FE234F32"], then say I visit the page with all the todos first, I would have the data for all the todos in the cache but then if I go to the page for the specific todo it would make a network request because there is no value for ["todos", "FE234F32"].
I understand I could do a
getQueryData("todos") inside the query function for ["todos", "FE234F32"] so that I could check if the data is already in the cache but that sort of conditional based solution would make the code look terrible with a larger virtual hierarchy inside the cache. In general, it seems like most state solutions are hierarchical or object-based. but the key-value nature of react-query either causes fetching too much data and selecting down or fetching data that is already in the cache.
I could be completely off base here but I would love some insight/tips!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-08 at 18:33
There are quite many ways to do this with react-query. If the data structure of your list query vs. your detail query are really the same, you can either pull it down the queries once you fetch the list, which will pre-populate the detail cache:
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