How to use the react-fetching-library.usePaginatedQuery function in react-fetching-library

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github marcin-piela / react-fetching-library / examples / simple-app / src / App.tsx View on Github external
const TestComponent = () => {
  const { response, error, loading } = useQuery(exampleAction());
  const { fetch, response: paginatedResponse } = usePaginatedQuery(
  const [page, setPage] = useState(1);

  return (
      {error &amp;&amp; 'error'}
      {loading &amp;&amp; 'loading'}
      {response &amp;&amp; 'response'}

      {paginatedResponse &amp;&amp; paginatedResponse.length}

      <button> {
          fetch([page + 1]);</button></span>


Simple and powerful API client for react. Use hooks or FACC's to fetch data in easy way. No dependencies! Just react under the hood.

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