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And I still haven’t found what I’m looking for
I haven’t worked with Meteor for a few months now, decided to see what was out there in regards to client-side tools and frameworks.
Let’s just say I haven’t found what I’m looking for. Meteor 1.2 spoiled me so hard.
It seems Meteor is going all in with it’s Apollo stack. But it’s not immediately clear what Apollo is:
Apollo is a data stack for modern apps, built with GraphQL. It’s a decoupled set of packages, including a GraphQL client, a set of tools for a GraphQL-JS server, and various client-side integrations.
Is it a tangible cli tool? Or just a collection of other tools under the Apollo name - like the MEAN stack? Is Apollo reactive out of the box like minimongo? Does Apollo have the same performance issues Meteor with MongoDB had after a certain limit?
I see a lot of example, but how do I create an Apollo app? Should Apollo be used today?
They say you can’t go back home. I say let’s make a new home at Apollo, no?