Issue 15
HashBang (/hăsh•băng/) Weekly by OK GROW!

Here's your weekly dose of Meteor/GraphQL/React news. Written by Karl Danninger with help from the rest of the team.
Meteor Development Group has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Kadira APM product. MDG is working closely with Arunoda and a number of Kadira customers. If you’d like to get early access to our efforts, please let them know. In the coming weeks, we’ll open things up to everyone and organize a transition off the old Kadira system.
If you have data locality requirements or want more responsive performance for users in Asia, you can now enjoy zero-devops deployments that run in Galaxy’s AWS ap-southeast2 (Sydney) region.
Meteor was first released back in 2011, and since then it’s been one of the most powerful platforms for web developers. It brought many new concepts to the table — one of the more powerful ones is where the client, server and the database can share code, almost the same API and code snippets, which really accelerated the development process.
If you care about performance, it’s fairly easy to make any React application super fast.
There is a new React Training program that is about to start next month (which is in a couple of days), If you are interested in self learning and going at your own pace, this course may be for you.
Learn to write a simple GraphQL server for Taskbox
GraphQL & React tutorial is a series of posts following the development process of an “Inbox Zero” style todo list application, built in JavaScript with the most innovative and production ready tools as of early 2017. Parts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
More than 3.1 million developers read our announcement post of Next.js. More than 110 contributors have submitted patches, examples or improved our documentation. Over 10,000 developers have starred us on GitHub.

Today, the team is proud to introduce Next 2.0 to the world. What follows is a quick summary of every new feature and improvement we have made.
Learn the modern data layer GraphQL with leading experts in 1 day!

In this course you will work hands-on from the beginning to the end with expert instructors from OK GROW!, and will leave with a working app. We’ll show you techniques learned from our client work, guide you through advanced topics, and stay in touch after with one-on-one follow-up.
Today, the Apollo team is proud to announce Apollo Client 1.0, “Pink Panther”! Apollo Client is now fully featured, stable and production-ready. If you’ve been holding off on trying GraphQL or Apollo, now’s a great time to check it out.
This post outlines design principles for building effective GraphQL mutation systems that can evolve over time.
Mock your future API or extend the existing API with realistic data from faker.js. No coding required. All you need is to write GraphQL IDL.
Sacha talks about his experiences when dealing with Post-Mutation Data Updates in Apollo.
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