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There's not much documentation for AsyncBeanManager. It's mentioned in the reference guide here: Client-Side Bean Manager - Errai - Project Documentation Editor
My biggest caution/hint about @LoadAsync beans is that you're very likely to end up with one or two tiny fragments and a huge leftovers section, which probably defeats your goal in introducing async beans. Keep a close eye on your segment sizes and make sure the benefits of async bean management outweigh the costs (which are dealing with a more complex API, extra work when split points are encountered, and extra complexity in approaching offline support in your app).
Okay. Thanks for the cautionary note. I'll do some experimenting.