I am so excited to share my recent progress of my GraphQL book with you. If you are a React developer, it might be interesting to you, because the book GraphQL is coupled to a larger part to React applications by using Apollo Client as GraphQL client library. So far, I have already released a couple of the chapters of the book on my blog. Now there are two more articles that I want to share with you:
Whereas the former article helps you to mock your GraphQL server when not having access to it, the latter article gives you an introduction to Apollo Link State when having Apollo Client in place. It answers the questions: how can it be used to replace React’s local state (or Redux) and how can it be applied by using GraphQL operations.
Currently I am working on an additional server-side chapter for the book where you will implement a GraphQL server. It uses Apollo Server and Express, so it will be the first time that you will dive with me into the world of server-side development with Node.js. That’s an exciting step for me and hopefully for you as well.