In this video, Emmanuel Henri starts adding the network layer, base Relay environment which consists of the cache and network handling, and QueryRenderer code in order for Relay to connect to GraphQL.
- Right now our server is called the app.js.…Let's go ahead and add it in a few other files.…The first thing I want you to do is go into…the Exercise Files,…and in the Resources folder there is a Public Folder.…The reason why we created the index and the favicon…ahead of time is because we don't want to start…typing HTML code.…This is not a course about a HTML,…it's a course about Relay and GraphQL,…and we want to focus our learning on that.…What I did is created the public folder…which you need to drag and drop directly…into the Friends directory,…so let's go ahead and do that.…
Either copy and paste or do a click option in Mac,…and drop this into a file.…Then you can go back to visual code,…and see that we have our public file.…You'll see that we have HTML, and inside of our HTML,…we're calling the App.js.…We're also calling the webpack dev server,…and a few other files like materialize,…which we'll use for our CSS and styles…once we do our components.…
Okay, let's close that.…Then, in our main directory, create a new folder.…
- Setting up GraphQL
- Running queries
- Updating schema and solvers
- Adding data
- Adding Relay entry components
- Coding GraphQL fragments
Skill Level Advanced
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