lokka - Simple JavaScript Client for GraphQL

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Simple GraphQL client for JavaScript. Works on all the JavaScript environments including Browser, NodeJS and React Native.

https://github.com/kadirahq/lokka

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babel-runtime : 6.x.x
uuid : 2.x.x

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