Hands-on GraphQL for Better RESTful Web Services [Video]

By Ashwin Hegde
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About this video

GraphQL is an API standard that provides a more efficient, powerful and flexible alternative to REST. One of the most common problems with REST is over and under fetching of data. GraphQL gives you the flexibility to think of the APIs as a graph and not as endpoints. Hence the execution becomes easier and quicker.

In this course, you will start with getting ready to install and explore GraphQL for a better RESTful experience. You will explore the architecture and use cases to better understand the package setup and architecture involved. You'll learn more about the GraphQL server by coding its routes and constructing its schema. All the demonstrations in this video course will be shown through the development of a typical real-world restaurant rating application to better understand of users.

You will learn how to deal with validation, error handling, and security. Finally, you will learn and know more about caching & batching requests, pagination in GraphQL and so on.

All the code and supporting materials for this course will be available at- https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-on-GraphQL-for-Better-RESTful-Web-Services

Style and Approach

This course will help in resolving various issues for programmers through the use of GraphQL. This friendly course takes you through the use of GraphQL to develop better RESTful Web Services. It is packed with step-by-step instructions and working examples.

Publication date:
April 2018
Publisher
Packt
Duration
3 hours 32 minutes
ISBN
9781788995627

About the Author

  • Ashwin Hegde

    Ashwin Hegde is a Software Engineer and Full Stack JavaScript Engineer with around 7 years' experience in web, mobile and API development for both service and product software development companies. He has experience in Product development from scratch with end-2-end process. Maintenance projects, re-engineering, code review, uniting and Functional testing, enterprise application development, packaging, deployment, and troubleshooting issues related to projects. He learns from other experts across the community and loves open source development and contributions.

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