09 Jan #11 Creating A Collection and Using Our Database – Full-stack GraphQL with Apollo, Meteor & React
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Apollo provides a universal GraphQL API on top of your existing services, so you can build new application features fast without waiting on backend changes.
Build and update application features without writing new endpoints. Just write a GraphQL query and Apollo gets the data for you.
Best of all, Apollo integrates with the technology you’re already using, so you can add it a little bit at a time. It also works with the whole specification and all community GraphQL tools.