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- Managing GraphQL Context with the Context Provider Pattern
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- What this means is our class will house a reference to services, other providers, managers, etc used through our query lifecycle.
- To do so we will hook into the context callback option available in most GraphQL providers.
- This will make the and any bound dependencies available to your resolvers with their lifecycle scoped to the lifecycle of the GraphQL query.
- Since the express (or similar framework) object is available to the context callback we can also use this provider to manage tasks such as authorization, localization, etc.
- I will have some posts in the future combining the Context Provider and Token Provider patterns to provide powerful authorization capabilities to your GraphQL service.
- Once they are both installed, we are going to install Angular CLI by running the following: – – – npm install -g @angular/cli – – – After the installation is successful, we can generate a new project by running the ng new command: – – – ng new getting-started-ng5 -…
- [1/4] Resolving packages… – [2/4] Fetching packages… – [3/4] Linking dependencies… – warning @angular/cli @firstname.lastname@example.org has incorrect peer dependency @angular/cli @angular-devkit/schematics @email@example.com has incorrect peer dependency Building fresh packages… – success Saved lockfile.
- If we take a look at the actual code in our browser using the inspect feature, we see something like this: – – – – – – Every time we change our code, Angular CLI will recompile, re-inject if needed, and ask our browser to reload the page if its…
- So to add Sass, I am using yarn: – – – yarn add sass – yarn add v1.3.2 – [1/4] Resolving packages… – [2/4] Fetching packages… – [3/4] Linking dependencies… – […] – [4/4] Building fresh packages… – success Saved lockfile.