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Re-vamp book and code to stress server-side use of Pathom #288

awkay opened this Issue Jan 25, 2019 · 2 comments


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awkay commented Jan 25, 2019

The book needs to show how to structure a more complete app with full-stack use of Pathom. The server-side defmutation and defquery should be discouraged (dropped from docs, even).

I don't necessarily see a need to make it a specific dependency of Fulcro's...since I'm going to stress writing your own server over the old pre-written stuff.

Ideally this content would also include how to server EQL through lacinia for GraphQL clients.

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wilkerlucio commented Jan 28, 2019

I like the idea, just not sure about the Lacinia thing, instead of making it expose EQL (which I think would be a lot of work) we can teach people to use Pathom on the client connect to any GraphQL backend (that could be Lacinia or anything else), IMO will be a simpler path that already works.


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awkay commented Jan 28, 2019

The benefit of using EQL is that it is more powerful....I've alraedy written a layer for Lacinia that works well, and is easy to add on...that let's clients still use placeholders, etc. The GQL stuff is just in case you need external API AFAIC.

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