NEW RELEASE: Open-source JavaScript module to cache GraphQL queries

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  • Quell

    Quell is an easy-to-use, lightweight JavaScript library providing a client- and server-side caching solution for GraphQL. Use Quell to prevent redundant client-side API requests and to minimize costly server-side response latency.

    Quell is an open source, lightweight JavaScript library providing a client- and server-side caching solution for applications that leverage GraphQL. The newest version now supports a broader range of GraphQL features for caching: including aliases, fragments, multiple queries, and nested queries. Quell/Client can integrate with any front-end framework that supports fetch without causing incompatible state management patterns. Quell/Server easily integrates into pre-existing Express server architectures without significant refactoring as it can be imported and used as a piece of Node.js/Express middleware.

    Please see the release article here

    https://roblehfarah.medium.com/here-comes-quell-the-better-c...

    and the GitHub repository here

    https://github.com/open-source-labs/Quell

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