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Fine Tuning Apollo Client Caching for Your Data Graph (Ben Newman, Apollo Client Architect at Apollo

Ben Newman
Client Architect at Apollo
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October 30 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States
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While cache normalization is essential for reactive updates in a single-page application, and Apollo Client provides powerful default normalization behavior, not all parts of all applications need to remain up-to-date at all times, and common patterns like pagination can benefit from custom normalization implementations. Learn how to customize the Apollo Client cache to suit your weirdest data modeling and reactivity needs, using the all-new cache API in Apollo Client 3.0.

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