Learn how to split React Router Routes using React Lazy and React Suspense. Code splitting your routes means you don't load every page on the homepage of your application--which can reduce your bundle size drastically, so it's an easy win for performance.
I've been working on a side project lately and I've become more and more interested in performance, and one of the basic things that I wanted to show from what I've learnt is how to split React Router Routes using React Lazy and React Suspense. Now, this is a fairly easy thing to do to get good performance and smaller bundle sizes (whether you're using create-react-app or a custom Webpack config). Code splitting your routes means you don't load every page on the homepage of your application--which can reduce your bundle size drastically, so it's an easy win for performance.
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