If you’ve worked with React Native for any amount of time you’ve likely been confused by how you navigate in your app (practices, packages, etc). Spencer has been using React Native since the very early days of it being opened sourced and has tried many solutions, this is his Navigation progression.
Three tactics that have helped scaled a production app with more efficient rendering flows and an easier management of data by establishing fine lines between presentational components, container components, and their data.
GraphQL is a new API-definition and query language that has the potential to become the new REST. It makes it easy for UI components to declaratively fetch data without having to worry about backend implementation details. Because it’s such a powerful abstraction, GraphQL can speed up app development and make code much easier to maintain.
Combining components into screens and mocking our server
GraphQL & React tutorial is a series of posts following the development process of a “Inbox Zero” style todo list application, built with the most innovative and production ready tools as of early 2017. Parts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
The Data Layer is a new show by Abhi Aiyer and is a set of intimate interviews with Software professionals covering the mutation, transport and storage of data. This first episode members of the Front End Infrastructure team at Coursera talk about life before GraphQL and dive into the transition to GraphQL currently.
Every GraphQL server exposes a GraphQL schema that contains available types, queries and mutations. You can fetch information about the GraphQL schema using introspection queries. They enable awesome features for tools like the documentation view in the GraphiQL playground
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