Hey, it’s me again!
Tonight I’m interviewing Tanner Linsley. He writes a bunch of super cool libraries like react-query and react-table and is just a super positive human that builds great tools.
Here’s a talk he gave at JS Conf this year that I learned a lot from:
Here are my current questions:
What are the “big ideas” of state management?
What are the “essential questions” we should ask when choosing a state management library?
How did you end up building react-query and not just use something that already existed?
Do you compare react-query to SWR?
Can you give us a demo of react-query?
Can you give us a demo of react-query and xState?
What would you ask Tanner or like him to demo?