Frontend applications are getting more and more complicated, often delivering far more than just a UI. With this growing complexity comes a growing need for knowledge from the developers creating it, as they have to deal with matters like state-management, authorization, routing and more. In this talk, I'll show you how to use GraphQL in your Next.js application to create a data layer for your application, that exists between your frontend and your backend. In this data layer, you can handle complex matters to help you to keep your frontend application clean and "stupid".
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