Many projects contain asynchronous calls. The user may not be aware of these operations, or the user may need to know about their status.

In order to notify the user of this, the loading component is shown on the screen and the user is informed that something is running. At this point, the management of asynchronous methods should be managed in various ways and the component should be demonstrated.

Today, I will show you how you can handle this easily with loadio.

The loadio package is a simple to use tool that allows you to manage status information with Promises.


In today’s post, I will tell you about a package that I use and that I have converted to a package and published for the React Community.

When developing an application with React, sometimes we need to show a pop-up-like window on the screen. This can be easy depending on the packages used, and occasionally it can be troublesome. We usually want to manage and use a component that we want to display on the screen as a modal or pop-up, by putting it in one place.

There are many ways to reuse the component in the root directory. In…

Mustafa KURU

Full Stack Software Developer | ReactJS | .NET Core | MSSQL

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