TL:DR: This article is the continuation of the series on building modern web apps using Vue.js for the frontend and a Spring Boot GraphQL API with Kotlin for the backend. In this part, you will create a GraphQL API using schemas, queries, mutations, and entities stored in a H2 database engine. Learn how to manage the state of an application using Vuex, improve route handling and last but not the least, improve the UI of your application using Bootstrap, Font Awesome and Google Fonts. For a quick glance of the application you will have at the end of this series, clone this GitHub repository.
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