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This is so cool. I mean, GraphQL is already cool. It’s very satisfying to write an understandable-looking query for whatever you want and then use that data in templates.
But what if you didn’t have to write the query at all? What if you just wrote the templates pretending you already had the data, and the query built itself? I haven’t even tried this project yet but it feels like how things should be.
Reminds me of how Perch CMS doesn’t ask you to model data up front. You build page templates, and the CMS creates data entry pages based on the data you need in the template.
Want to learn GraphQL?
GraphQL is the greatest thing going in website-powering APIs. It's empowering for developers: ask for what you want in an easy syntax, get it. But if you want to really learn it, there is a lot to know. Fortunately, Frontend Masters has the courses Client-Side GraphQL in React and Server-Side GraphQL in Node.js course from Scott Moss.
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