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Render the content header, footer and placeholder before the actual image renders

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There is a considerable delay between Masonry being called and the actual content being rendered. This occurs even on most light weight data, such as 20 masonry images with each being no more than 200kb and in spite of using FastImage. Hence, corresponding feature request would be to have a fixed height (before rendering or take image dimensions as props) for each element and show an ActivityInidicator or any placeholder.

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  • State:open
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:8 (7 by maintainers)

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brh55commented, Oct 19, 2017

@srameshr sorry I’ll be out for a week on vaycay. shall be back in business on the 30th.

brh55commented, Oct 3, 2018

This can be done, but my only concern is it may lead to a rather awkward UI experience because we don’t know the dimensions until the image has loaded.

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