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One solution is to initiate the query when the user's mouse enters the row. Then cache the data in case the user uses the context menu. This means a fair amount of unnecessary network load, but that might be preferable in your case. You could also throttle it back so the query gets sent X milliseconds after mouseenter, but only if the mouse is still within ...


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Unfortunately, the browser experience of loading page is pretty bad. On most browsers it's just a blank white page with a very tiny indicator near the top url bar. Many users may not even see this spinner. To them there is no information at all. If you are able to provide your own spinner, you are providing extra information that the browser doesn't give. ...



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