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Sam Selikoff
๐Ÿš€ Super excited to announce that is now officially launched! It's already being used in React, Vue, Angular and Ember projects, and even with frameworks like Nuxt and Gatsby! Check out our brand new homepage to learn all about it ๐Ÿ‘‰
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Aaron van de Weijenbergh Jan 24
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Congrats Sam! You'll always be on my 27 under 27 list :)
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Sam Selikoff Jan 24
Replying to @aweyenberg @miragejs
๐Ÿ˜˜ but wait I'm a 30โ€“year old man!!
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Arryangga Aliev P Jan 24
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Congratulations... Is it possible to working with graphql?
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Sam Selikoff Jan 24
Yes! Nothing first-party yet but folks are definitely using them together. Might look something like this to start:
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John Otander Jan 24
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Looking rad, congrats on the ship! ๐Ÿšข
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Sam Selikoff Jan 24
Replying to @4lpine @miragejs
thanks Jon!
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Kyle Gill Jan 24
Replying to @samselikoff @miragejs
Wow! The design is beautiful! Looks like the homepage/docs is a Gatsby site too ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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Sam Selikoff Jan 24
Replying to @gill_kyle @miragejs
It is indeed! And thanks ๐Ÿ™‚
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Lasha Krikheli Jan 24
Congrats on the launch, Sam! I watched your presentation at the React meetup a few weeks ago and was pretty excited about it! How would this combine with something like Apolloโ€™s built in mocking feature?
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Sam Selikoff Jan 24
Oh cool, thanks! I need to learn more but I believe the graphql mocking tools mock at the query level rather than the resource level. At the point the relational integrity can be lost and thatโ€™s where Mirage shines.
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