@browserql/resolved


Keywords
browserql, graphql, apollo, browser
License
ISC
Install
npm install @browserql/resolved@1.12.0

Documentation

browserql

Use graphql in the browser 🚀

Abstract

Wouldn't it be cool to use GraphQL as a state manager for browser apps?

Or have you ever worked in a front-end app that does not use GraphQL as a back-end and end up missing using Apollo to handle your state?

Introducing browserql

You could benefit from GraphQL's schema syntax to model your data, and Apollo's cache to store your data dynamically.

You could use as a drop-in replacement for other state managements solutions such as Redux.

Note that this is a solution in case you are not using GraphQL already in the back-end -- even though it should be possible to use both.

Use this for any other back-end management (http, sockets) -- or none at all.

Documentation

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