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Create a GraphQL server with Queries, Mutations & Subscriptions

In this post, you will learn how to set up a GraphQL server using TypeScript.

If you’re not familiar with TypeScript, keep reading, you will still understand the concepts and most of the syntax.

The post assumes you have yarn and MongoDB set up and running correctly on your machine. It also assumes you have at least a basic level…

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Tom Nagle

Tom Nagle

I am a full stack JavaScript developer, living in Melbourne, Australia. My preferred stack is Mongoose, TypeScript, Node.js, React & GraphQL.

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