In this video, Emmanuel Henri builds the base Express server that is used throughout the course. He also uses Babel to allow ES6 syntax on the server code, as well as nodemon to watch for changes.
- [Instructor] For setting up our GraphQL environment…we need a base server set up…and we'll use Node to get this going.…We'll also install Babel so we can use…declarative ES6 syntax to import and export…our dependencies as we work with our application.…Let's get to it.…The first thing I want you to do…is create a folder anywhere you want…as long as you know where to find it…and I'll create this one on the desktop…and let's do a low cap friends…because when we'll create our package.json file…it's not going to like the fact that friends is,…the F is capital F, alright?…Let's go into VS Code…and make sure we load this folder into our explorer.…
So if you're using any other editors, you know how it works,…you just need to go in, find your file,…and we'll do that now, like so, okay, perfect.…So the first thing you want to do is open a terminal inside…of that directory so if you're using anything else…but Visual Code make sure that you are…in the friends directory and for us on VS Code…I will go into view and click on integrated terminal.…
- Setting up GraphQL
- Running queries
- Updating schema and solvers
- Adding data
- Adding Relay entry components
- Coding GraphQL fragments
Skill Level Advanced
1. Introduction and Setup
2. GraphQL Development
3. Relay Setup
4. React Integration
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