Learn the Newest and EASIEST React Native Stack
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Learn the Newest and EASIEST React Native Stack

A full-stack mobile app tutorial with Hasura easy backend, GraphQL, Apollo, Expo, Auth0, and React Hooks.
4.0 (96 ratings)
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583 students enrolled
Created by Sezgi Ulucam
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • 32 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Create a full-stack mobile todo app with React Native, GraphQL and Apollo
  • Jump-start your app with Hasura: online Postgres database, no backend code!
  • Test your app with Expo on your mobile phone
  • Master authentication with Auth0
  • Boost your functional components with "useState" and "useEffect" hooks
  • Make GraphQL requests with Apollo's "useQuery" and "useMutation" hooks
Course content
Expand all 36 lectures 01:28:26
+ Back end setup. It's never been this easy. EVER
6 lectures 10:34
DigitalOcean setup
00:46
Create a Hasura one-click droplet
01:12
Fun with the Hasura console!
04:08
Secure your GraphQL endpoint
03:31
Wrap-up & challenge
00:39
Check-in
00:18
+ Authentication setup
6 lectures 11:38
Create an Auth0 application
01:21
Auth0 callback URL & rules
01:44
Test Auth0 login
03:30
Configure Hasura to use Auth0 keys
01:57
Hasura access control rules
02:41
Wrap-up & challenge
00:25
+ Todo app back-end: more fun with Hasura
5 lectures 12:59
Tables
02:17
Quick note on SQL
00:51
Relationships
03:13
Permissions
03:31
Test permissions
03:07
+ Todo app front-end! It's gettin real.
13 lectures 45:21
Expo setup
02:51
Auth overview
00:42
Auth state
03:25
Note on Expo's AuthSession
00:07
Auth request
07:46
Auth & logout
03:14
Apollo Client
03:21
Bug fix: Token
01:47
Sync users
06:03
Quick cleanup
02:56
Mutations
09:15
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of JavaScript and React
  • Some familiarity with React Native and GraphQL
Description

Would you like to create a full-stack React Native app with minimal back-end effort? In this course, you’ll learn how to set up an EASY online GraphQL + Postgres database for your mobile app, with no backend code, using Hasura.

After taking this course, you will know how to:

  • Create an online database with Hasura, complete with table relationships and user permissions,

  • Implement authentication with Auth0,

  • Set up your React Native project with Expo so you can test your app on your phone,

  • Insert, update, and delete data with GraphQL,

  • useQuery and useMutation like a boss! Apollo Client's React hooks are hawt

  • Figure out which nerdy references your teacher is making

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"I'm amazed by how things could be explained that well and to the point in such a short time. I loved the style, keep it up Sezgi, you are awesome!" - Ebru

"There's actually a lot more going on here than I expected, from editing Docker images, to setting up social-media authentications. A lot of moving parts, yes, but she explains it all very well and I didn't get lost at all. A real solid class!" - August

"I took the course mostly to learn setup a simple backend. The setup with Hasura turned out to be even easier than I expected, and I was able to do it without any hiccups. Pacing of the course is also very good, and the instructor is entertaining to listen to." - Baris

"At first I thought this was just going to be an intro to a couple things I need to learn, RN and GraphQL. Yay, both in one place! But actually this is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. Is this actually an art project? Who is this person and why is she not teaching us the meaning of life? More please" - Michael

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Here’s what people are saying about Hasura:

"Holy mother of god @HasuraHQ is a game changer. Automatic #GraphQL over @PostgreSQL with permissions, webhooks on db changes, N+1 query optimization, admin for tables/relationships, migrations, etc. Any front end dev can deploy via docker and have a back end running in 10 mins." - @PierB

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Can I take this course as a beginner?

Probably. This is NOT a fundamentals course, but I've added a lecture called "Todo app overview" in the Welcome section to make it more beginner-friendly. Give it a try! If you find this course to be too advanced, you can always get a refund. If you’re new to React Native or GraphQL, and want to learn the basics, I’d recommend taking individual courses for each one. Here you’ll learn how to put it all together into an easy stack.

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What makes this course different?

In this course, you will:

- Save tons of time and energy from not having to build out a complicated back-end,

- Transform your mobile development experience, so you can focus on writing front-end code,

- Learn in a fun and engaging environment.

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I’m looking forward to getting to know you, and celebrating all the mobile apps you’ll build.

Let’s jump-start your mobile stack and create awesome apps together.


Who this course is for:
  • Front end developers looking to host their database online with minimal backend effort
  • Developers looking for a full-stack React Native tutorial using the latest syntax and tools
  • Any software developer who wants to expand on their current skills and learn about the latest in mobile technology