Nik is passionate about Reason, Rust, WebVR, Skiing & Triathlons. He co-created several popular open source projects like DraftJS Plugins & Polished. He co-organises the ReasonConf and React Vienna Meet-up.
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.