Practical examples of using IntersectionObserver with React

Are you tired of endlessly scrolling through content only to find that the images and videos you wanted to see never even loaded? Do you want to boost your React app's performance by only rendering the content that's actually visible to your users? If so, you're in the right place!
In this series, we'll explore the power of the IntersectionObserver API and how it can be used to create fast and responsive React apps. Through practical examples, you'll learn how to use IntersectionObserver to lazy load images, videos, and other content. You'll also learn how to dynamically render components based on their visibility in the viewport.
By the end of this series, you'll have a solid understanding of how to use IntersectionObserver to improve your React app's performance and user experience. So why wait? Let's dive in!

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