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What is `render` property?

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Issue Description

The server-side rendering section provides the code example:

<Provider store={store}>
  <RouterProvider router={renderArgs.router}>
    {render(renderArgs)}
  </RouterProvider>
</Provider>

But it doesn’t say where is render variable taken from. Where can render function be obtained? Or must it be created manually? If yes, what must it do and what must it return?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:27 (9 by maintainers)

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taioncommented, Aug 18, 2018

It’s the output of createRender; see https://github.com/4Catalyzer/found/blob/master/examples/universal/src/render.js in the SSR example.

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catamphetaminecommented, Aug 24, 2018

@jquense

the equivalent code in resolveElements written with only promises would be orders of magnitude more complicated than the async iterator.

So, turns out that resolveElements is only using generators to return several times from a method. And now that I found that out I can conclude that your “orders of magnitude more complicated” statement is clearly wrong and intentionally deceptive. Returning an infinite iterator from a function using pure Promises is a very simple thing via { value: any, hasNext: boolean, next(): function }. So you clearly don’t understand too much how Promises really work and what they’re capable of. And you’re spreading false statements left and right. I guess your developer skill level is above average maybe, but not higher. I’ll assume all your statements as being falsy from now on.

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