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Best resources to learn React & GraphQL

May 06, 2019 by Robert

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I’ve decided to create a list of top resources to learn for two modern and trending technologies after checking results of The stage of Javascript 2018 Survey. The survey was completed by 20k users. React is, of course, the most popular among front end frameworks.

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GraphQL is the top wanted to learn technology.

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Clients

  • Apollo GraphQL : A fully-featured, production ready caching GraphQL client for every UI framework and GraphQL server

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  • Relay Modern: A JavaScript framework for building data-driven React applications

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  • AppSync: JavaScript GraphQL library for Offline, Sync, Sigv4. includes support for React Native

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urql

  • Graphql.js:A Simple and Isomorphic GraphQL Client for JavaScripy

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Tutorials

Getting Started with Relay Modern, React & GraphQL (Full Tutorial)

React Apollo New Rendered Props Components

#1 What is GraphQL? | Build a Complete App with GraphQL, Node.js, MongoDB and React.js

Using GraphQL, ReactJS and Apollo To Create Amazing Apps

Build a Twitter Clone with Apollo Graphql & React-Native - Part: 0 - The Setup

React Native and Prisma GraphQL eCommerce Project - Introduction

Developer Tools

graphql playground

  • GraphiQL Online: An online version of GraphiQL with a configurable endpoint and headers.

  • GraphQL Editor: a visual graphql editor that allows you to visualize graphql schema and create fake backend out of schema.

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eslint

apollo chrome

  • Relay DevTools: A Chrome Extension that creates a Relay tab in the developer tools interface for debugging apps in Chrome

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Robert Matyszewski
Written by Robert Matyszewski Head of Growth, Growth Hacking passionate. Tech Business Developer. He loves cooking and bike riding. email me:[email protected]Twitter Shield
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