Wes Bos launched his latest course yesterday — Advanced React and GraphQL. In this premium video course you’ll learn how to build full-stack applications with React and GraphQL. Already, roughly 3,500 people have started learning Advanced React with GraphQL:
Just as React has transformed the way we build web applications, GraphQL is changing how we build APIs to query and mutate data.
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The course is a hands-on tutorial building a full-stack online clothing store complete with a read credit card checkout. You will develop both the frontend and the backend of this application. The last 1/3 of the course is learning how to test the full-stack application using modern testing tools like Jest and Enzyme.
The course comprises ten modules that span 68 videos, 11 hours building the app, and 5 hours testing the app. It’s jam-packed with valuable content that will help both frontend-focused developers as well as full-stack PHP developers.
Here’s are some of the things you can expect to learn in this course:
- React Best Practices
- Server-Side Rendering
- Styled Components
- Render Props
- GraphQL Schema
- Queries and Mutations
- JSON Web Token (JWT)
- Cache Management
- Loading and Error States
- Sending Email
- Logic and Flow with Async + Await
- Authentication and Permissions
- Charging Credit Cards
- Hosting and Transforming Images
- Forms in React
- Third party React Components
- Unit Testing
- Mocking Components
- Mounting vs. Shallow Rendering
Pick up Advanced React & GraphQL by Wes Bos today!
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