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Scalable Offline-Ready GraphQL Applications with AWS AppSync & React


nader dabit
31m closed-captioning
9 lessons
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With GraphQL, you can define the shape of your data in a schema, and GraphQL will fulfill the request with the precise data you need. When you need it. This doesn't come without a cost. GraphQL adds a lot of complexity to your application by requiring you to define your schemas through types, mutations, and resolvers.

AppSync is a fully managed serverless GraphQL service that fast-tracks your API development. You can define a single type, and AppSync auto-generates a schema, queries, mutators, and subscriptions for you.

In this course, Nader Dabit will show you how to:

  • build a production-ready GraphQL API through AWS AppSync
  • create and modify data through the AWS AppSync console
  • connect a React application to the GraphQL API
  • execute queries, mutations, and subscriptions for data through the API in React

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31m • 9 lessons

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