GraphQL Mutations and Caching using Apollo Client

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Initial Reading

In the previous post, we learned about configuring the Apollo Client, within our React application. We learned about how to execute queries to retrieve data from the GraphQL server. This blog post, is a continuation of the previous article. In this post, we will learn how to execute mutations using the Apollo Client to update data in the GraphQL server…

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Software Consultant, Author, Speaker, React Native|React|GraphQL|Cypress Dev & Indian Classical Musician

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