See All PhotosGlassdoorPart of Recruit HoldingsGlassdoorAdd an InterviewAbout908Reviews163JobsMoreOverviewCompany OverviewOrganization StructureLocationsFAQ908Reviews36Polls163Jobs1,552Salaries1,142Interviews529Benefits181PhotosFollow+Add an InterviewInterview QuestionFront End Engineer Interview-GlassdoorIt's a React project done in an online sandbox (codesandbox.io). You will be asked to make an async call to an api end point, imagine something at api.thecatapi (dot) com or similar. The steps are basically to understand how async works in React. Differences in creating via a class component vs a stateless functional component. They want to see that you know the lifecycle of a react component. They want to see that you can paginate, favorite, filter the results.AnswerAdd TagsFlag as InappropriateFlag as InappropriateInterview Answer1 Answer▲0▼One possible way is to turn it into a React class component because that gives you access to the functions like componentDidMount() and you can run your async fetch functions there to get the data. Then once the data comes back asynchronously, the react component will know to update.Anonymous on Apr 2, 2019Flag as InappropriateFlag as InappropriateInterviews>GlassdoorAdd Answers or CommentsTo comment on this, Sign In or Sign Up. Glassdoor CareersSince Glassdoor was founded, we have believed in the power of transparency to create change. We were built on the belief that transparency... – MoreOur ValuesOur LeadersWork Where You Want This is the employer's chance to tell you why you should work for them. The information provided is from their perspective.