Video: Modifying Local State
Level 1 Apollo Client with React
1. Series Introduction
2. Setting Up Our GraphQL Server
3. Starting Our Project & Connecting To Apollo
4. Writing Our First GraphQL Query
5. The Query Component
6. Apollo Dev Tools
7. Named Queries
8. Troubleshooting GraphQL Queries
9. Using Arguments & Parameters
10. React Router Setup
11. Variables In Queries
12. Understanding Mutations
13. The Mutation Component
14. Mutations As Prop Functions
15. Update Mutations
16. Improving Our Interface
17. Local State with Apollo Link State
18. Modifying Local State
19. Updating Local State From Mutations
20. Sorting & Pagination
21. Optimistic UI
22. Apollo Persistent Cache
23. Importing .graphql Files
Modifying Local State
In this series we dive into working with GraphQL APIs with React & Apollo. Learn all about how Apollo Client works, best practices and managing local state.
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