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BlogQL, Apollo Server and Google Login

The BlogQL server uses Apollo Server to provide a GraphQL API. Initially, I was using Apollo Server standalone, but when I stared integrating Google Login I realized I needed a couple of REST APIs so I added Express https://expressjs.com for that. On the frontend, I'm using React Oauth2 which makes adding Google Login support very easy to implement.  This all works fine, but if I were to start over I might consider using a server-side framework like Next.js https://nextjs.org instead of rolling my own Apollo Server and Express setup. 

This is part of a series of short posts about BlogQL:  https://github.com/snoopdave/blogql.


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