I’m not usually one to post anything on the forums but said I might as well with this topic being so new.
I’m developing an app in meteor 1.3, and I’m currently rewriting it from the ground up with all the new import/export etc. This is already a big enough learning curve for me but I’m getting the hang of it now.
I’m also going ahead with using React, as I was previously, but now with containers/components. One thing that I see a lot of people having an issue with eventually is local application state, so I’ve read up and going to integrate redux on the client-side now.
Aaaaaaand finally with Apollo getting so big I read into GraphQL and the problems it solves etc. While I don’t necessarily see a big advantage for my application to go off and implement it, I may in the future especially since it will be more ‘future-proof’ as such.
However, I am finding it hard to get my head around parts of Apollo and it’s quite frustrating. Maybe it’s just my concentration lately with taking on so many new paradigms.
I’m just wondering really, how production ready IS apollo and if you were developing a new application from today would you start with Apollo or not - and why?
Thanks a mil