Join Glenn Block for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of API Development in .NET with GraphQL.
- [Instructor] We've now reached the end of the course. I hope you have a better understanding of how to build a GraphQL endpoint in ASP.NET Core. This is just the tip of the iceberg, and you're at the beginning of your journey. I encourage you to learn more by checking out some of the other GraphQL courses in our library, like Learning Apollo, which will teach you about how to consume GraphQL in your React applications. Also, keep checking our library for more GraphQL .NET courses in the future.
Finally, head to the GraphQL .NET Github repo. Become part of the community and even become a contributor. I'm Glenn Block, and thanks for joining me.
- Creating a new GraphQL project
- Exposing a new GraphQL API
- Enabling and creating mutations
- Updating and configuring the schema
- Enabling subscriptions
- New GraphQL.NET schema classes
- Creating the OrderEventType
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1. Creating a New GraphQL Project
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2. Exposing a New GraphQL API
3. Allowing Updates through Mutations
4. Enabling Clients to Subscribe to Notifications
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