Hands-On Full-Stack Web Development with GraphQL and React
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Unearth the power of GraphQL, React, Apollo, Node, and Express to build a scalable, production ready application
• Build full stack applications with modern APIs using GraphQL and Apollo
• Integrate Apollo into React and build frontend components using GraphQL
• Implement a self-updating notification pop-up with a unique GraphQL feature called Subscriptions
This book will guide you in implementing applications by using React, Apollo, Node.js and SQL. We'll focus on solving complex problems with GraphQL, such as abstracting multi-table database architectures and handling image uploads. Our client, and server will be powered by Apollo. Finally we will go ahead and build a complete Graphbook. While building the app, we'll cover the tricky parts of connecting React to the back end, and maintaining and synchronizing state. We'll learn all about querying data and authenticating users. We'll write test cases to verify the front end and back end functionality for our application and cover deployment. By the end of the book, you will be proficient in using GraphQL and React for your full-stack development requirements.
What you will learn
• Resolve data from multi-table database and system architectures
• Build a GraphQL API by implementing models and schemas with Apollo and Sequelize
• Set up an Apollo Client and build front end components using React
• Use Mocha to test your full-stack application
• Write complex React components and share data across them
• Deploy your application using Docker
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