What’s New in React Query 3 with Tanner Linsley Hide this title

On this episode of React Wednesdays we welcomed the creator of React Query, Tanner Linsley (@tannerlinsley).

Over the past year, React Query has grown to become one of the most popular state management tools in the React world.

Tanner was awesome enough to demo React Query for us, and to chat about all that's new in the latest version, React Query v3.

About React Wednesdays

React Wednesdays is a weekly chat show with the best and brightest from the React world, hosted by KendoReact Developer Advocate TJ VanToll. New episodes go live every Wednesday at 1:00 pm ET. You can add React Wednesdays to your calendar or follow CodeItLive on Twitch to get notified.

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