How to use GraphQL mutations in React and Apollo Client
Mutations in GraphQL are responsible for saving the data. Apollo Client offers interesting mechanisms that make working with mutations effective and pleasant.
Introduction to the Apollo local state and reactive variables
Apollo client 3 enables the management of a local state through incorporating field policies and reactive variables. Take a look how to manage local state with Apollo client
How to create a quick search component using Apollo lazy query
When React renders a component that calls the useQuery hook, the Apollo Client runs the query automatically. Sometimes you need to query for data on some event. To do so you can use the useLazyQuery hook.
How to mock GraphQL queries and mutations in Apollo Client
GraphQL lets a frontend developer quickly mock sample data, and switch to real data when the backend is done. In this tutorial I show how to mock fields, queries and mutations on client side
The full-stack guide to the GraphQL query [ how to get started ]
Nowadays, GraphQL is becoming more and more popular. I would like to show you how to get started with it and how to query for data to GraphQL APIs
2 ways of handling GraphQL errors in Apollo Client (React)
If you use Graphql Apollo Client with React there are two ways of handling errors: query/mutation level and application level. Read what those approaches offer.