In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to send GraphQL queries and mutations without any third-party tools using the browser’s built-in Fetch API.
GraphQL is a powerful solution for working with data, but it often gets a bad rap for being too complicated to set up and use.
Under the hood, GraphQL works by sending HTTP requests to an endpoint. This means that there’s nothing magical about sending a GraphQL request — we can use built-in browser APIs to send them!
First, let’s look at the component parts of a GraphQL query:
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