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Full Tutorial: Microservices using GraphQL, React, Redux, Node.js, Sequelize and MySQL #7

Update: Part 8 is out!

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This is part 7 in a full tutorial on how to set up a GraphQL Microservices-powered React app. (Here's part 6!)

In this video, I start working on detecting and working with the user session in the frontend React app, hooking it up to the backend microservices.

I hope you enjoy!

Happy coding!

Full source code: https://github.com/parkroolucas/microservices-demo

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