Category: GraphQL

  • GraphQL, Simplified – David Clements & Matteo Collina: Tech Talk Video

    Use React? Use GraphQL? Love Hooks? Graphql-hooks is a new GraphQL client for React with a hooks-first API. It’s super fast and weighs only 1.9kB gzipped. The motivation behind graphql-hooks was a barebones GraphQL Client, focused on speed and lightweight. Both Apollo and Relay have pioneered how to use GraphQL on the client. However, over...
    NearForm
    Video, GraphQL, Node.js | 31st December 2019
  • Introducing GraphQL Subscriptions Support

    The open-source community thrives on collaboration, feedback and support. As a community, we continue to enhance and improve GraphQL Hooks, a super lightweight GraphQL client for React with first-class support for hooks. So far we’ve had contributions to GraphQL Hooks from 24 individuals – you can see the full list here. GraphQL Hooks supports custom…

    Brian Mullan
  • The Fastify Journey: how it has become the latest OpenJS Foundation Incubating Project

    There is nothing I love more than to see an open source project growing from a personal passion to one that captures the interest of thousands of others and has the potential to make a big difference.  Yesterday’s announcement about Fastify joining the Open JS Foundation’s incubator program is a major step in one such…

  • How to use GraphQL in React using hooks

    What are Hooks? React Hooks, introduced in version 16.8.0, are reusable stateful logic functions. They aim to simplify the development of complex components by splitting them into small functional blocks that are easier to manage, test and reuse.  Using hooks removes the need for many abstractions like Higher Order Components (HOC) and render props. They…

  • GraphQL-Hooks

    Introducing GraphQL Hooks

    At NearForm we love React, and since the release of React Hooks we’ve been busy building cool new things with them.

  • Accelerating GraphQL on Node.js

    GraphQL is a query language that is rapidly gaining wide adoption across the community. It combines type validation with a query and filtering syntax that makes it easy to get up-and-running with a powerful web API in almost no time. Features like running parallel queries or update-all become much easier, because they are first class...
    Matteo Collina
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