2 new tutorials this week!

Hello👋 dev,

We are already 10 days in this new decade and this is my second newsletter to you. This week, I managed to publish two new posts for you to indulge over the weekend.

⚡️ How To Handle Deep Linking in a React Native App
It is an important post if you are looking to to direct users from some external source to the mobile app. Sometimes directing the user to the app just by opening the home page isn't enough.

Deep Linking is a technique in which a given URL or resource is used to open a specific page or screen on mobile. So, instead of just launching the app on mobile, a deep link can lead a user to a specific page within the app, providing a better experience. This specific page or screen may reside under a series of hierarchical pages, hence the term "deep" in deep linking.

⚡️How to build React Native apps with GraphQL and Apollo
GraphQL is described as a query language for APIs. It is also considered as an alternative to REST and has been adapted more frequently in the last few years. Do you have a GraphQL endpoint already setup but you are looking forward to gaining some insight on how to gracefully consume this endpoint in a React Native app?

The main objectives of this tutorial going to cover are:​

  • Learn how to integrate the Apollo Client in a React Native app

  • Fetch data from a REST Endpoint with Apollo using GraphQL query language using "@rest" decorator

  • Show a loading indicator when results are being fetched

  • Display results from the remote API endpoint

Well dev, that's all for this week.

Have a good weekend ahead and Happy coding!

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