- Setting up GraphQL
- Running queries
- Updating schema and solvers
- Adding data
- Adding Relay entry components
- Coding GraphQL fragments
Skill Level Advanced
- [Emmanuel] In a world filled with data, the developers behind the technologies supporting our applications constantly push the envelope to take them to the next level. GraphQL, Relay, and React are three great technologies that allow us to build integrated components that fetch data efficiently. In this course, I'll show you how to leverage Relay to fetch GraphQL data into your React components. Like The Three Musketeers, these technologies work best as a team. These libraries were literally made for each other.
Hi, I'm Manny Henri, and I've been working with React since its release, and it is my great pleasure to introduce you to Relay Modern and GraphQL and demonstrate how they integrate with React. In this course, we'll first set up our tools. Then we'll get you going with your first GraphQL server and we'll use GraphQL to do some queries and mutations. Next, we'll set up Relay and integrate it with our GraphQL server. Finally, we'll conclude with our React components and code GraphQL fragments directly inside them, again, leveraging Relay methods.
So if you're ready to learn about these amazing libraries while building a friend application, fire up your favorite editor and let's get started.
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1. Introduction and Setup
2. GraphQL Development
3. Relay Setup
4. React Integration
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