My day job is focused in creating software. Mostly leaning on the applications side where customers and client can use our products. It’s nice to see that a lot of people have actually touched the product I helped developed. Okay so as I accumulate experience behind me, getting more structured in my thought process in creating and building an application, there are things that I also want to focus on like just building an experimental project where I can put all the features and I want the test the result.
Well I guess to do that is create something meaningful at first, and that’s why I decided to write something about creating a Web Application using React, GraphQL, Redux, Apollo and probably to use that as my next generation web site. I have been using React, Redux, Flux, and GraphQL for a long time, probably a couple of years already. Still wondering on what will be the next big thing after React but I guess we haven’t seen the limitations and we are still finding ways on how to do things better with React so I guess it will stay for a couple more years
Let’s see how it goes, you can follow the updates on my github page https://github.com/EverettQuebral
Starting to contribute to Apollo mainly focusing on Mobile iOS and Android Development and also working on some Clean Architecture where GraphQL + Apollo Client and Redux works together in harmony. I wrote a simple React Application that is using Redux and Apollo Client side by side. The example application was using the Togetherness Level 2 where there’s still a clean separation between the Redux Store and Apollo Client to make sure that local store and remote store are managed properly. You can take a look at the application https://eqsystemclient.herokuapp.com [Just take note that since it is currently hosted on a free web dyno, it might take a while to load on startup as heroku shuts down free web dyno when not in use]. Currently hosted by Heroku using a Free Web Dyno. The application is also using my GraphQL Server also hosted by Heroku here https://eqsystems.herokuapp.com/graphiql. Please feel free to play around with and the codes are on my Github repository here https://github.com/EverettQuebral/GraphQLRedux
Below is just a sample with the app in an iFrame 🙂