(If you missed part one, you can get caught up by following the link below)
Last night, we continued where we left off with Ionic and GraphQL. During part one, we explained the purpose of GraphQL. Additionally, we discussed how to communicate with GraphQL servers in an Ionic app through Apollo Client, a GraphQL web client that works with Angular among other front-end frameworks.
In part two, we showed our attendees how to add state management to their Ionic project using LoonaJS, a state management library built on top of Apollo Client.
Click below to view the sample book-listing project we referenced during the meet-up. It comes with Loona, the Apollo Client, and some sample GraphQL logic defined for you.