As far as I know this Resource is out for a week now and it’s just awesome to…

  • It’s a really nice Editor with nice little features like autocomplete (strg+space), prettify and sending the request with (strg+enter) just to name a few.
  • Once gone through the whole Tutorial you will have a good understanding of GraphQL and it’s power accessing and mutating Data.
  • The guys got a pretty interesting approach offering GraphQL as a Service, combining GraphQL’s power with #AWSLambda (which I don’t know much about, but some people say that’s the future of Backends, basically doing all the work for you, if you don’t know it at all I think it’s worth some research).
  • Using Fragments inside your Components shows not only how Apollo makes integrating GraphQL unbelievable easy but how they work together just perfectly.

As far as I know this Resource is out for a week now and it’s just awesome to see how powerful Apollo and #GraphQL are.

Like with… – Robin Poppenberg (webappcreations) – Google+

@webappcreations: It amazing how powerful and simple #GraphQL @apollographql and #ReactJS are! Thx @_schickling @_marktani @graphcool

As far as I know this Resource is out for a week now and it’s just awesome to see how powerful Apollo and #GraphQL are.

Like with http://www.learnrelay.org, you will be guided trough a tutorial building a little Demo-App creating and editing #Pokemons for your Pokedeck in #ReactJS.

I should mention #GraphiQL too, which always allows you to test your queries! It’s a really nice Editor with nice little features like autocomplete (strg+space), prettify and sending the request with (strg+enter) just to name a few.

You will see how nicely Apollo allows you to integrate GraphQL in your ReactJS-App using #components . Once gone through the whole Tutorial you will have a good understanding of GraphQL and it’s power accessing and mutating Data.

As far as I know this Resource is out for a week now and it’s just awesome to…