Getting started with Relay, the GraphQL client, is pretty difficult based purely on its reference documentation, which is fairly technical and server centric. Learn Relay changes that with a comprehensive yet easy and fun introduction to Relay. If you haven't tried Relay yet, this is the way to go!
Elias Torres (CTO of Drift) shows how Drift adopted GraphQL in order to power a large number of their SPAs moving away from REST APIs. This article is an excellent demonstration of how powerful it is to specify multiple data dependencies into a single query.
Similar to the previous link, Oleg Ilyenko (author of Sangria) recaps the journey of his company moving to GraphQL for their core API. He touches on concepts like over-/under-fetching of data, API discovery and how GraphQL enables a smooth evolution of the API.
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The workshop organisers behind "DevMeetings" are hosting a free full-day workshop on Relay and GraphQL in London. It will cover all the concepts behind Relay and teach you a good workflow when building applications with the popular GraphQL client.