Hi Mike! Thanks for the question.
Before anything else, note the original article was written about ReactN 1.0. ReactN 2.0 is now released. The breaking changes are documented. There is just one breaking change, and it’s to reducers.
It’s not for if
fetchCache is null; it’s for if
fetchCache has a null prototype. I use it primarily out of habit for all objects, in case they have null prototypes. I developed this habit from the no-prototype-builtins lint rule.
Hi Lex! Thanks for the participation.
Babel transformations often mimic ECMA specifications, but they aren’t required to be standards. For example, React’s JSX is transformed despite not being an ECMA standard. Whether or not lazy-loaded modules becomes a standard, the Babel plugin will always be able to transform it from…
The implementation discussed in this article is the implementation of the package. If you choose to use the package, you do not need to follow any of the instructions in this article. It should just work out-of-the-box.