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These are TypeScript type definitions matching the GraphQL schema. These are automatically generated and used to provide type safety.
By using those your IDE can provide you with extra information while writing a query, as long as these TypeScript types are set properly.
Yes, that’s it. I’m not familiar with serverless.yml but should be a previous step used for convenience resulting in that file as the output from ytt. You should then use the file as usual.
Thanks for the article. Another option would be using a templating language.
After a little research I’ve found ytt which seems like a good candidate for the described requirement.
Using command line arguments you should be able to build the setup necessary.
The router is driving the behaviour for navigation. This is parsing the url, matching a route, depending on your setup destroying the current route component and then creating the target route component. Animations work on top of this. If you look at the final solution provided at the top you can see how to deal with this process without any issues.
Thanks Dan! Velocity engine runs all templates the same way. Once a template runs is forwarded to the next step depending on the number of steps (unit or pipeline). From that moment is then handled by the targeted service being any of the available possibilities (Lambda, DynamoDB, Elastic Search, HTTP, etc). The implementation details are in another…