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Lazy Load Components in Vue with defineAsyncComponent

Using Vue 3’s defineAsyncComponent feature lets us lazy load components — meaning they’re only loaded when they’re needed.

Using Vue 3’s defineAsyncComponent feature lets us lazy load components. This means that they're only loaded from the server when they're needed.

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teaching web dev at https://learnvue.co | sharing my content creation tips at https://mattmaribojoc.com

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