Testing GraphQL Queries with Apollo Client

In this blog post, we are going to learn how to test our GraphQL operations on an Apollo client in a React application.

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Mocked Provider

The Apollo MockedProvider is used to wrap the components tree for testing. This is…

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Adhithi Ravichandran

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

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