Learn how to use Relay containers and add viewer queries to them.
- [Instructor] In this video,…we're going to add Relay containers to our profile…and TicTacToe containers.…This will allow us to start to access the data…in our Relay store.…There are two steps we need to take to do this.…The first will be to specify our viewer queries…in our routes file.…A bit of background on Relay…if you're not sure what I'm talking about…when I say viewer queries.…Let's navigate to our graph.cool playground…and see what our Relay schema looks like.…We can see it here on the right in Docs.…Traditionally, a relay schema will be organized…around a central query, which is called viewer.…
One way of thinking about this is by imagining…that every query a user will make through our site…is defined by who they are, or who the viewer is.…This way of organizing your data is especially useful…for applications which want to ensure…that users only have access…to certain pieces of information.…React Router Relay asks that we specify…which query each route will need…so that Relay can ensure that their information…
- Installing local dependencies
- Generating a starter project
- Deploying to Heroku
- Planning your development process
- Using styled-components
- Styling for mobile
- Setting up models on Graphcool
- Creating Relay mutations
- Adding Relay to your authentication flow
- Protecting routes with authentication
Skill Level Intermediate
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