Most applications leverage API requests to fetch data. Considering data fetching is crucial for Angular testing. Consequently, it's common to include
HttpClient in your unit tests.
The Angular team just released an exciting new major version of Angular that comes with many new features. One of these features has been something that the Angular community has wanted for a long time, and we've inched closer and closer with each major version. I'm talking about the
Apollo-client might be a go-to library for connecting a frontend application to a GraphQL server; however, it was originally built as a comprehensive state management library. Apollo client’s cache allows persisting local data both with reactive variables and client cache queries and also can extend server-side objects with local properties.
React is the most popular frontend web development library in use today. However, there’s a problem. Competing frameworks undermine what could be a ubiquity—React, as far as the eye can see, an ever-flowing landscape context and declarative UI. This is the dream of React developers. All awaiting the day our awe-inspiring idea becomes reality. Well, rejoice, for the day is here! I have come before you to lay the groundwork for fulfilling our vision.