Building a Modern Full-Stack MonoRepo Application: A Journey with GraphQL, NextJS, Bun, and AWS

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  • Ricks Associated with their Morties is the NextJS running on CloudFront by way of Amplify and relying on a GraphQL Apollo "server" running on a lambda @ the Edge, both in a monorepo that at some point used bun and then switched back to yarn:

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  • This project was conceived as a coding challenge and a demonstration of integrating modern web technologies into a cohesive application. The core of this project involves leveraging GraphQL to interact with the open-source Rick and Morty API, a task I often set for potential hires.

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  • Despite these advantages, practical challenges, such as the GraphQL integration issue, led me back to Yarn, emphasizing the need for stability in web development.

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