In this video Emmanuel Henri goes through the different options for pushing your knowledge of GraphQL, and where to go to find this extra knowledge.
- [Instructor] This was an essential exploration…of GraphQL and what it has to offer.…With this new knowledge, you should be able…to build your own GraphQL server…and get going with queries and mutations.…Being a fairly new library,…GraphQL is in constant development…and new features will come up from time to time…in addition to those we've explored in this course.…You'll want to keep up with these new features…by reading the docs and articles by the development team.…Also be sure to check the great articles…by the Apollo and GraphQL teams…who both work closely on growing the GraphQL ecosystem.…
While you're still learning the library,…you might find it useful to download the handy cheat sheet…to remind you of the syntax we discussed in this course.…So you can access this cheat sheet…by going to the link on the screen.…Whenever you need help, there is a GraphQL community…on Slack and you can access it with this link.…Finally, if you want to expand your GraphQL skills…with other libraries, check out my courses…
- Basic GraphQL schema
- Object types and fields
- Role of the resolver in GraphQL
- Scalar and enumeration types
- Using GraphQL tools
- Setting up persistence
- Adding new items with mutations
- Updating and deleting items with mutations
- Queries with arguments, aliases, and fragments
Skill Level Intermediate
GraphQL: Data Fetching with Relaywith Emmanuel Henri2h 28m Advanced
1. Setup and Introduction
2. Types and Schemas
3. Setting Up Persistence
5. Queries in Depth
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