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React loading components

28 loadings are developed with React. A loading is a visual indicator that shows the status of an ongoing process happening in the background. It’s often used to communicate that the user has to wait before the interface is ready for interaction. React is the most popular frontend library for developing component-driven user interfaces. It’s used for developing single page, mobile, and server-rendered applications. React is used to develop 64 projects.

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Loading Headings
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Loading Paragraph
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LoadingPlaceholder
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