The Modern GraphQL Bootcamp (with Node.js and Apollo)
- 23.5 hours on-demand video
- 93 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn and master GraphQL by building real-world Node applications.
- Use Prisma v1 to store and access data from a production database.
- Use Apollo Client to communicate with GraphQL from your web app.
- Learn how to deploy and test your GraphQL applications.
- Test your skills and gain confidence by completing more than 80 coding challenges.
- Get access to a free 110-page PDF guide with lecture notes, code samples, and documentation links.
In this section, you’ll learn how to work with arrays in GraphQL. This lesson covers arrays where the array elements are scalar values such as string, numbers, or booleans.
In this lesson, you’re going to learn how to think in graphs. This will set us up to work with a GraphQL API in the next lesson.
In this video, you’re going to make your very first GraphQL query. Queries are used to fetch data from a GraphQL API.
In this lesson, you’re going to set up your very own GraphQL API!
In this lesson, you’re going to learn about the five scalar types supported by GraphQL.
In this lesson, you’re going to set up nodemon with Node and Babel. Nodemon will automatically restart your server after you make any changes, allowing you to speed up development.
In this lesson, you’ll be creating your first custom object types. This will allow you to model your application data and represent it in the application schema.
In this section, you’ll be exploring GraphQL subscriptions. Subscriptions give clients a way to subscribe to data changes and get notified by the server when data changes. Subscriptions make it possible to create real-time applications where the client renders data changes in real-time.
In this lesson, you’ll be creating a GraphQL subscription for the blogging application. The subscription will allow clients to subscribe to new comments added on a given post. That would allow the front-end, whether it’s a mobile app or website, to render new comments to the visitors in real-time.
In this lesson, you’ll be expanding the post subscription. The server currently notifies subscribers when posts are created. This is a good start, but the server should also notify clients when posts are updated or deleted. This will allow the client to keep the UI completely up to date.
- Hardware: A computer with an internet connection (Windows, macOS, or Ubuntu).
Do you want to learn GraphQL and keep your Node.js skills up-to-date and relevant?
GraphQL is quickly changing how Node.js developers write their APIs and backend applications. It offers a much-needed replacement to the traditional REST HTTP API. It’s by far the most exciting change we’ve seen to Node.js development in a long time. Goodbye Express. Hello GraphQL.
Who should learn GraphQL? Anyone building backend applications with Node.js!
In this class, you’ll learn how to use GraphQL to replace the standard Express HTTP API, as well as support features like authentication, real-time applications, and more. GraphQL can be used with any client that has internet access, whether it’s a web app, mobile app, or server-side application.
Big and small companies, from Twitter and Facebook to Yelp and Twitch, are switching from frameworks like Express to GraphQL.
I designed this class to give you the skills and real-world experience needed to build and launch your own GraphQL apps.
To kick the class off, we’ll answer a few important questions. What is GraphQL? Why is it useful? How is GraphQL going to help me build better applications with Node.js?
Next, you’ll master the fundamentals of GraphQL by building out a blogging application. You’ll learn about GraphQL schemas, data types, queries, mutations, subscriptions, and many other fantastic GraphQL features.
From there, you’ll set up advanced features like authentication, database storage, production deployment, automated test suites, and more.
Throughout the course you’ll learn how to:
Model your application data using schemas
Create queries and subscriptions allowing clients to access data in the database
Create mutations allowing clients to create and change data in the database
Query and change your data from the browser by making requests with Apollo Client
Work with the Prisma ORM (v1) to communicate with your database via a GraphQL API
Deploy your GraphQL applications to production
Secure your application data with an authentication system
Write an automated test suite for your application
Learn GraphQL by Writing Code
This course was designed to be interactive, with more than 80 challenges along the way to get you writing code and solving problems on your own. This will give you the real-world skills and experience needed to write GraphQL applications once you’re done with the class.
Everything you need comes in one easy-to-use package.
There’s no need to worry whether you’re learning the right skills to land that GraphQL job or launch that GraphQL app. I’ve mapped out everything you need to know in an interactive, easy-to-follow package designed to get you up and running in a couple of weeks.
Get access to fast support if you get stuck.
There’s nothing worse than getting stuck ten hours into a course and not getting the help you need to continue. Getting stuck is part of the learning process. That’s why I’m here to answer every single question.
I guarantee this is the most up-to-date and engaging GraphQL course available, and it comes with a Udemy 30-day money-back guarantee.
The first videos are available as a free preview, so I’ll see you inside the class!
- Andrew Mead
- This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to build advanced Node applications.
- This course is for anyone interested in keeping their Node skills up-to-date.