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Nextjs - Is There a Library With Cache Persistence?

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Last updated: Jun 22, 2021
Hey folks, this isn't strictly a Nextjs thing but since I'm working in Next for the project I figured I'd ask it here anyway.
I have a page which makes requests (from the clientside) to Sanity based on user selections. Currently I'm just using the
SanityClient to make the requests with Groq queries. However I'd like to consider using a library with some caching built in so I could avoid making repeat calls to retrieve the same data. I'm not familiar with many of the options out there that would work well in this clientside scenario, so I thought I'd field it to you folks for some suggestions.
Oh and I'm not looking for cache persistence between page loads/users, just while the user stays on the page and does various actions during that page's lifetime before a postback. It would be cool if it worked and held the cache between Next
page transitions, but that would just be a bonus.
Jun 21, 2021, 11:28 PM
Hey! React Query https://react-query.tanstack.com/ could help you with this. Just pass the user selections as a query key, and it will cache the requests for you ๐ŸŽ‰
Jun 22, 2021, 7:21 AM

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