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Top Design Patterns to master in Node/TypeScript

Over the years I have seen that there is one thing that separates a seasoned developer from a freshman: the extent to which they use Design Patterns! But What are Design Patterns? Design patterns are tried and tested holy grail of solutions to the most common code design problems which have stood the test of […]

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GraphQL Mutations and Caching using Apollo Client in Your React App

Initial Reading In the previous post, we learned about configuring the Apollo Client, within our React application. We learned about how to execute queries to retrieve data from the GraphQL server. This blog post, is a continuation of the previous article. In this post, we will learn how to execute mutations using the Apollo Client […]

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Getting Started With Apollo GraphQL in Your React App

Hi folks! It’s been a while since I have written a blog post. Hope everyone is doing well. Today I wanted to write about how to integrate Apollo Client, to consume a GraphQL API, from your React app. If you haven’t heard of Apollo for GraphQL, definitely check out their official docs for more information. […]

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Testing GraphQL Queries with Apollo Client

In this blog post, we are going to learn how to test our GraphQL operations on an Apollo client in a React application. Quality means doing it right when no one is looking! – Henry Ford Mocked Provider The Apollo MockedProvider is used to wrap the components tree for testing. This is similar to how we […]

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Using GraphQL in your Python Django application

REST API has been the most popular architectural style for designing Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). It provided better efficiency, increased scalability & improved performance to its counterpart SOAP. However, REST API encounters a few major drawbacks as the app complexity grows: Inflexible Structure In the REST API paradigm Server defines the structure of the data […]

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Learn Introspection Queries in GraphQL

What is Introspection in GraphQL GraphQL stands out with its strong type system. Because of the strong typed system, GraphQL is able to provide an introspection system to query the schema. The introspection system in GraphQL provides a way for clients to discover the resources that are available in a GraphQL schema. The introspection system […]

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What Are GraphQL Mutations

GraphQL is a query language for your API. It was open-sourced by Facebook in 2015 and ever since then gained immense popularity as an alternative to REST. In this blog post, we are going to learn what a GraphQL Mutation is all about, and even write a few ourselves. Introduction In the REST world you might be familiar with […]

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Learning Path To Become A Backend Developer in 2020

Are you looking for a career in Backend Development? To build complete applications beyond the user-interface companies need rockstar back-end developers. All the app data is stored and processed on the back-end. Back-end development is everything that happens behind the scenes. It is a variety of things like the databases, the business logic, the API […]

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Why Should I Pick GraphQL?

Have you heard of GraphQL and wondering if it would be a good fit for your next project? In this post, we are going to understand what GraphQL is, and its benefits. Introduction to GraphQL If you are new to GraphQL, here is the long story short. GraphQL is the new specification that you can use […]

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REST vs. GraphQL – A Comparison

Have you heard of GraphQL and not entirely sure how it is different from REST? In this post, we are going to address the fundamental differences between GraphQL and REST. A quick introduction to GraphQL In this post, I am not going to focus on explaining what GraphQL is, instead we are going to compare […]

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