Posts Tagged ‘API’
How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together: Part III. Veda Versum backend authentication.
- 1. Data persistence As we have defined before, our API has one main entity – VedaVersumCard. Our application is intended to keep the list of knowledge cards and to grant users the ability to create, read and edit these cards. To make it happen we defined one mutation and 3 queries in our API. “CardAction” […]
How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together: Part II. Veda Versum backend authentication.
- “If you optimize everything, you will always be unhappy” – Donald Knuth Having a good tool allows you to complete tasks effectively and enjoy the process. Twice the fun to develop the tool yourself 🙂 Hi, It’s Mikhail from Centigrade again. And let’s continue to build our tool – knowledge base called Veda Versum. […]
How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together. Part I.