This is the second part of our full-stack tutorial series that will walk you step by step through building an instant messaging app with React and GraphQL. Note: Even if you haven’t seen Part 1, you can continue reading here.
Setting up We’re going to use Express in this tutorial, because that’s what most people are currently using, but you should be able to follow along even if you’re using hapi or Koa, because the GraphQL part of this tutorial is largely identical.
For starters, let’s clone the tutorial GitHub repo, which has a few resources we’ll need later. If you’ve already done that in Part 1, you can skip this step.
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