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New! GraphQL Glossary & FAQ guide

We work in an industry where we commonly use buzzwords and jargon to describe the simplest of things. When you’re learning a new technology, it can often be challenging because you have to understand the vocabulary before writing any code.
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Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2

Take Ionic 1, the most popular and powerful HTML5 mobile application framework, supercharge it with Angular 2 and the latest web tech and you have Ionic 2. Learn this revolutionary framework with Building Mobile Apps with Ionic 2.
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Building a CRUD Ionic application with Firestore

Firestore is Firebase’s new database. It’s a managed NoSQL document-oriented database for mobile and web development. It’s designed to store and sync app data at global scale easily. Some of its key features include:
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Use The ChromeiQL Extension For Google Chrome To Test GraphQL Queries

As you probably know, I’ve been doing a lot with GraphQL recently. I’ve released tutorials that include Java with GraphQL, Node.js with GraphQL, as well as Golang with GraphQL, but I’ve only ever demonstrated testing those GraphQL APIs with cURL.
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3 Things you can do right now to improve your Ionic and Firebase app performance

You want to give your users the best experience when using your app, heck, and I was constantly Googling or going into the Ionic forums to ask “Why is Ionic + Firebase so slow?“.
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GoogleChrome/puppeteer

Puppeteer is a Node library which provides a high-level API to control Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol. Puppeteer runs headless by default, but can be configured to run full (non-headless) Chrome or Chromium.
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