Join Bear Cahill for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of AWS for Developers: AWS AppSync with GraphQL.
- [Instructor] To get the most out of this course, I'd recommend you be pretty familiar with AWS. You don't have to be an expert in it, but the more you know, the better. We're going to be covering a lot of the different services and features in there, and if you have to stop because you're confused by it, it's going to be a little bit frustrating. So I recommend you know that pretty well. Also, iOS and Swift. We're going to be using an app that's developed in Swift for iOS. We're going to be making a lot of edits to it, so I recommend that you know that pretty well, as well. We're also going to be using CocoaPods in Swift, so familiarity with that is good.
Also, we'll be doing some installation through npm/Node.js. Not a big deal, but if you are familiar with that, that would be good. Also, we're going to be using schema definitions in GraphQL, so familiarity with that would be nice, but not necessary.
- Preparing to use AppSync in code
- Updating settings and the schema
- Adding a second data source
- Storing posts online
- Updating subscriptions in schema
- Testing live updates
- Handling updated posts
- Offline capabilities
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. AWS User Authentication
2. AppSync Setup
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3. App Code and Configuration
4. Adding a Second Datasource
5. Real-Time Updates
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