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A task can return different values. If a task returns, it means the task was completed successfully. If a task throws an error, the task failed.A task can also be async by returning a Promise. If the promise resolves, the task completed successfully, if it rejects, the task failed.
The idea is simple: Add a loading bar / progress bar whenever an XHR request goes out in angular. Multiple requests within the same time period get bundled together such that each response increments the progress bar by the appropriate amount.This is mostly cool because you simply include it in your app, and it works. There's no complicated setup, and no need to maintain the state of the loading bar; it's all handled automatically by the interceptor.
Reduce loading time of page to less than a second on slow connections by loading and rendering nicely blurred micro images on the page while loading full sized images in background which replace as they finish. Has a nice blur effect thanks to StackBlur so you have a good looking page while it is loading.
A protocol to enable UIViewControllers or UIViews to present placeholder views based on content, loading, error or empty states. As trivial as this flow may sound, there are a lot of cases that result in a rather large decision tree.
Just change the fill attribute in the svg file to whatever. This was mostly meant as a joke and an opportunity to learn about animated SVG. Feel free to use the source code as an example or in any project of your own.
You can pass an optional delay prop which specifies the time (in milliseconds) react-placeholder should wait before displaying the placeholder element. This is useful if you want to show a placeholder for slower connections while avoiding a brief "flash" on faster connections. Note that this delay will not affect the initial render, only subsequent "ready" state changes. Setting the firstLaunchOnly prop to true will also disable this feature.
Today almost all apps have async processes, such as Api requests, long running processes, etc. And while the processes are working, usually developers place a loading view to show users that something is going on. SkeletonView has been conceived to address this need, an elegant way to show users that something is happening and also prepare them to which contents he is waiting.
Note: Progress indicators has been broken out to a separate component; react-native-progress. To use them, please follow installation instructions for that package. Note: onLoad* events are bubbled up, so if you want to do some custom thing when the image is loaded for example.
A higher order component for loading components with dynamic imports. So you've got your React app, you're bundling it with Webpack, and things are going smooth. But then one day you notice your app's bundle is getting so big that it's slowing things down.