GraphQL is a fan favorite for good reason. It lets a client make specific, complex, and/or aggregate queries for data, and it’s user-friendly to boot.
If you’ve been meaning to learn GraphQL and start harnessing its powers, this is a great place to start.
This course is for GraphQL newbies with a basic understanding of React. It focuses on the client-side implementation of GraphQL usage using the Apollo client.
We’ll start with a guide on how to add the Apollo client to an existing project, then move on using the Query and Mutation components to fetch and manipulate data using a GraphQL API.
⛔️ Still good, but there are issues with this course
Staff reviewed: a month ago
While much of the information in this course is useful it is showing its
age in the specific details. Some of the libraries demonstrated have changed
versions, and there are some missing configuration specifics with the server that
require additional investigation to follow along.
A Community Resource means that it’s free to access for all. The instructor of this lesson requested it to be open to the public.
CreditsAleksander Ageev (illustration)