Until these features become widespread enough, you will need to opt-in for Suspense support via configuration. This can be done directly in hook, or via the defaults of the client.
All hooks return a
$state object, when suspense support is not enabled.
React doesn't yet support suspense whilst rendering on the server, so react-ssr-prepass is used in our SSR functions:
And for that, reason we suggest using a slighty modified
And everything should work as you might expect.