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React Query - The standard way to make network requests in React

Move beyond fetch and useEffect to make requests in React. Get caching advantages and more with react-query

2 hours+ of total content
174 ratings
1864 students enrolled
Course Creator: Team codedamn

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  • What is React Query and why we need it
  • Internals of react-query v3
  • Debugging queries and mutations using devtools
  • How caching works in react-query
  • Sharing data across multiple components without making multiple requests


Get performant and powerful data synchronization for React using react-query. React query is a library built for react and Next.js codebases that comes baked in with all the best practices you should follow while making network requests:

  • Caching
  • Devtools
  • Automatic data invaldation
  • Stale while revalidate
  • And much more

No more hacking around with fetch and useEffect all day long. React query provides a standard way of performing API requests in your app. Moreover, with react-query, it is possible that you can get rid of your central state management like Redux or Context API because react query can cache and make your data available across multiple components automatically. It is a production-level ready library and the benefits are endless.

In this course, let’s take a deep dive into what react query is, how it works and why exactly you’ll need it. This course is interactive with tons of labs and projects to complete as you go and is available by default under codedamn Pro membership. If you are ready to upskill your React skills as a production-level developer, let’s start.

Course Structure

26 lectures 02:10:18 total duration

  Course Introduction (Watch video)
  Why React Query? (Watch video)
  Installing React Query (Watch video)
  Hello world with react-query (Watch video)
  Install react-query (Practice concept)
  Why is using fetch inside useEffect a bad idea for network requests? (Attempt quiz)

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This is a great course!!!
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Nice explaination
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May 05, 2022
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May 04, 2022
It was helpful.

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