Beginning GraphQL [eLearning]

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Learn
  • Apply core GraphQL concepts to be used across different languages
  • Implement the overall structure of GraphQL applications
  • Use Apollo GraphQL for both server and client JavaScript applications
  • Create applications using real-life business scenarios
  • Explore differences between GraphQL and REST
  • Discover advantages of GraphQL over REST
About

This fast-paced course is specially designed for learning all aspects of GraphQL. You will start by understanding basic features of this language. You will learn how to integrate GraphQL with server-side applications, and how to implement the querying of data in real time. You will also discover ways to connect GraphQL with server-side applications using the Apollo client. By the end of the course, you will be able to successfully create fast client-server REST-like applications.

Features
  • Covers client-side implementation with Graphcool Framework and Prisma
  • Balances theory, demos, and assessments
  • Includes interesting tips and tricks that make the course interesting
Course Length 4 hours 8 minutes
ISBN 9781789533934
Date Of Publication 30 Aug 2018

Authors

Brian Kimokoti

Brian Kimokoti is a software developer with Andela. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Multimedia University of Kenya. Since the last 5 years, he is developing applications in PHP, JavaScript, and Python. Brian is a regular tech blogger on different online platforms and aspires to gain more experience and skills to an engineering and architect level.

Xavier Decuyper

Xavier is a full-stack developer from Belgium with experience in working with JavaScript, and PHP. He also has experience with frameworks such as Laravel and Angular 6.

He's very passionate about all kinds of technologies and loves taking up complex topics and explaining them in a simple and straightforward way. It’s this passion that got him into making YouTube videos and courses. He's a YouTuber as well and his videos have been watched over 5 million times and he has over 15,000 students.

He has also given a few talks at international conferences about technology and blockchain.

You can follow him on Twitter (@Savjee) or subscribe to his YouTube channel: "Simply Explained"