Node.js, TypeScript, and PostgreSQL are all used in the GraphQL API

Node.js, TypeScript, and PostgreSQL are all used in the GraphQL API

Learn how to use the Node.js tech stack to construct a GraphQL API.

What you’ll learn

Node.js, TypeScript, and PostgreSQL are all used in the GraphQL API

With Nodejs, Express, TypeScript, PostgreSQL, Prisma, and Redis, they create a GraphQL API.
Learn how to use one of the most popular tech stacks to handle login, authorization, CRUD, relationships, cursor-based pagination, and much more.
Learn about all of the best practices, such as pagination (cursors), query complexity, caching, and so on.
Learn how to create a useful project, demonstrate your abilities, and get a job. There will be no more theoretical work with ambiguous outcomes.
Learn how to use Insomnia and Playground to test GraphQL APIs.

Requirements

This is not a course for beginners. You should have already started working on several NodeJS hobby projects.

Description

With Node.js and TypeScript, you can create a GraphQL API. Every line of code will be typed exactly. There will be no more “any” type intuitions or JavaScript vulnerabilities.

We’ll use Node.js with Express, Nexus Schema for GraphQL, Prisma as a PostgreSQL ORM, and Redis, and everything will be written in TypeScript, including the auto-generated code.

Who this course is for:

Enthusiasts of TypeScript and GraphQL.
The developers of Node.js

 

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