TanStack Query(a.k.a. React Query) v5 announced

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  • I would suggest taking a look at SWR [0]. I think it strikes a very nice balance between using fetch and something more heavy-handed like React Query.

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  • TanStack Query

    🤖 Powerful asynchronous state management, server-state utilities and data fetching for the web. TS/JS, React Query, Solid Query, Svelte Query and Vue Query.

  • so cacheTime was really confusing because it seemed like "this is the amount time we cache data for", but that's not what it is. So a rename had to happen. We had some discussion on the public roadmap (https://github.com/TanStack/query/discussions/4252) about what it's gonna be. I'm usually against abbreviations, simply because there's always someone who doesn't understand what it means. But all other suggestions like inactiveCacheTime also had room for interpretation. gc is an abbreviation that is known well enough (think git gc), and it's also not an option that you will customize on a daily basis (usually once, globally).

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