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Working on setting up testing strategy for a fullstack Apollo GQL app. Simple enough stack: Create React App on the FE in a client folder; custom GQL server with Apollo Server as the BE in the server folder. Open to all comments from anyone who has experience with this. Typically I use Jest for unit… Read More »Advice for testing fullstack Apollo React apps? (i.e. Apollo Server BE; CRA + Apollo Client FE)
My Setup Typescript React App Backend GraphQL API Apollo Client Inspecting with Apollo Client Devtools Extension My questions What are active queries? The Apollo Docs talks about active queries a lot but I am struggling to get an actual definition. I understood that an active query is basically a link from your component state to… Read More »Apollo Client. What are active queries?
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Hello world, hope this post is within the rule boundries of this sub, if not I’m sure you’ll let me know. I’d call myself an aspiring webdev, just that I don’t have any school/uni education backing the claim up, instead I’ve spent my corona year 2020 (and 2021) learning the classic webdev stack through Udemy… Read More »Am I qualified?
I regularly update dependencies using npm i -g npm-check-updates & then doing ncu -u which updates my package.json with latest versions. Then I do npm i. However, I get lots of peer dependencies errors & I manage to figure them out sometimes but today I am getting lots of errors if I solve one of… Read More »How to solve peer dependencies error after updating all dependencies?
I’m building a project and I am currently trying to build my own Sine Waves but running into many issues. Two questions here: – Do you know of any packages where I could potentially pass a frequency and have an animated sine wave rendered? – I’ve watched _many_ tutorials but I have still haven’t succeeded… Read More »Is there a package for rendering animated Sine Waves?
YAMDE – Plug and play markdown editor. My first npm package built with React, Typescript and JSS. Details and links in the comments.
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