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You don’t need a fancy framework to use GraphQL with React

All you need is a good naming strategy

React offers a great language to declaratively describe User Interfaces (web or otherwise) and GraphQL offers a great language to declaratively describe data requirements. React gives us composability with its components and GraphQL gives us composability with its fragments. These two similarities…




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Samer Buna

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