In this video, Emmanuel Henri shows the different IDEs and plugins or extensions you can use to make your GraphQL development smoother, and get some nifty tools like schema autocompletion, synatx higlighting, and more.
- [Instructor] Graph QL and Relay don't require…anything special outside of the tools…you're currently using as a developer.…So our Good ID or Code Editor…will do the trick.…There are also some options with extensions…or plug ins that will make your experience…as a developer smoother, work with Graph QL and Relay.…For example, in this course, I use VS Codes…or the Graph QL extension that provides…several nifty tools when working with this framework.…Dispersely, what I use to.…So if you want to install it,…just go into the extensions area.…And then…search for Graph QL.…
And then the first one is the one that you want to install.…Graph QL for VS Codes, so I install it.…Reload your editor.…ATOM also has a few packages that you can use…to support you and your Graph QL development.…All you have to do is search under Graph QL…an you'll see all of the packages related to Graph QL there.…Final, but not least,…WebStorm is also a paid ID…with a Graph QL plug in.…So in the end, you have several options…and none are the best.…
- Setting up GraphQL
- Running queries
- Updating schema and solvers
- Adding data
- Adding Relay entry components
- Coding GraphQL fragments
Skill Level Intermediate
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