My Notebook: Refit - A type-safe REST library

Working with HttpClient is kind of low-level stuff. Refit eases that problem for us. It creates an abstraction over HttpClient and allows us to work with an interface representing REST endpoints

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - X: Execution Strategies)

By default, graphql-dotnet executes queries in parallel. Most of the time that's a desired behaviour. But there is a catch when a parent graph type has dependencies on a child graph type which also uses asynchronous task to resolve field values.

My Notebook: Redux & NGRX

Application state is subjected to change. A reducer is a pure function that takes the current state and an action been dispatched upon it. Depending on the action type it produces a new state and returns it. States are immutable.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - VIII: 1-Many Entity Relations)

You can configure entity relationship following entity framework conventions. Entity framework will auto-create a one-to-many relationship between entities if one of the entity contains a collection property of the second entity. This property is known as a navigation property.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - VI: Queries & Mutations)

We've come to the point, where you should have a good understanding of GraphQL Queries already. Few things you should keep in mind though, A query should never change the value of a field. In other words, it should always fetch and never modify. Queries are executed in parallel.