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Vasan SubramanianPro MERN Stackhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4391-6_5

5. Express and GraphQL

Vasan Subramanian1 
Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Now that you have learned about creating components and building a workable user interface using React, in this chapter, we’ll spend some time integrating with the back-end server for the data.

Until now, the only resource the Express and Node.js server was serving was static content in the form of index.html. In this chapter, we’ll start fetching and storing the data using APIs from the Express and Node.js server in addition to the static HTML file. This will replace the hard-coded array of issues in the browser’s memory. We will be making changes to both front-end and back-end ...

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