Backend (Python Rec System):

Recommendation System Tutorial

Note

API (GraphQL):

GraphQL Tutorial

GraphQL Playground Tutorial

Why a GraphQL Client?

In the Clients section in the GraphQL part, we already covered the responsibilities of a GraphQL client on a higher level, now it’s time to get more concrete.

In short, you should use a GraphQL client for tasks that are repetitive and agnostic to the app you’re building. For example, being able to send queries and mutations without having to worry about lower-level networking details or maintaining a local cache. This is functionality you’ll want in any frontend application that’s talking to a GraphQL server – why build it yourself when you can use one of the amazing GraphQL clients out there?

Frontend (React + Apollo):

Apollo Tutorial

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