GraphQL for a Better Developer Experience (DX)

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Handling data fetching is one of the biggest (and most duplicated) topics in web development. We developers often need to write a lot of imperative code to retrieve data to display in our applications. With GraphQL, you can improve the DX of web development and I’ll show you how (even without a GraphQL server)! In this talk, I’ll show with live demos and coding how GraphQL can help you improve the developer experience and improve the DX for the developers that write the code. Also, I’ll show how a more declarative way of handling data fetching reduces code complexity and gives more freedom to developers.

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