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Coherent, zero-dependency, lazy, simple, GraphQL over WebSocket Protocol compliant server and client.
That said, I feel so close to success that I can't quite give up. I am using graphql-ws as I understand this to be the new standard implementation of GraphQL Subscriptions. However, of course, Apollo subscriptions have not been updated to implement this. So, looking at the Recipes over on the graphql-ws documentation I have found the guide for using Apollo client. However as I am new to Apollo, it is using a lot of terms I am unfamiliar with.
I went through this at the beginning of the year when I did a couple of proof of concepts on graphql subs. My memory is very foggy as my team ended going with AWS appsync subs instead of apollo but I managed to find the repo for my apollo p.o.c.: https://github.com/jaeming/graphql_subscription_server
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