A starter kit provides users a base of technologies and tools that they can expand to fit the needs of the project. It allows for projects to be created consistently and efficiently since they already have the technologies that will most likely be integrated and an example of how to use them. It is quick to setup and allows for developers to hit the ground running.
You’re likely here because you’ve heard about GraphQL, the groundbreaking new way to fetch data for your applications. Maybe you’ve figured out how to set up a basic GraphQL server. (If not, check out these great articles.) Now, you’ve got to pick a client that takes advantage of your shiny new GraphQL server.