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Building a GraphQL Application with ASP.Net Core and TypeScript - Part 2

May 19, 2019 · 8 min read

In this series Building a GraphQL server Building a GraphQL client In the first part of this series, we discussed steps to developΒ a GraphQL server using ASP.Net core. Since we have a server up and running now, we will build a client that works with the API we just created. We will build a minimal client using TypeScript that has no dependency on frameworks or libraries such as Angular and React.

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Building a GraphQL Application with ASP.Net Core and TypeScript - Part 1

May 04, 2019 · 14 min read

In this series Building a GraphQL server Building a GraphQL client GraphQL (QL: Query Language) is a query language for your APIs. For a long time API clients have been dictated the format of data that they can receive from the backend API. For example, if a client sends a GET request to this endpoint: https://api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/home_timeline.json (see developer guide), it will get all the data in the format dictated by the API which the client will then have to filter to get just the desired field/s, e.

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Count Online Users with Azure SignalR Service

Aug 01, 2018 · 5 min read

September 28, 2020: I have updated the code sample to .NET Core 3.1 and updated the article to reflect the changes as well. Enjoy! I have been following Dino Esposito’s SignalR series from the last few MSDN Magazine editions. In the May edition of the Magazine, Dino talked about the subtle details of ASP.Net Core SignalR. It is an excellent read, and it covers the topic in a much better and concise manner than I will ever be able to describe.

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