async-props - Co-located data loading for React Router

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Co-located data loading for React Router apps. Data is loaded before the new screen renders. It is designed to be both a useful solution for many apps, as well as a reference implementation for integrating data with React Router (stuff like redux, relay, falcor etc). For questions and support, please visit our channel on Reactiflux or Stack Overflow. The issue tracker is exclusively for bug reports and feature requests.



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