The day begins with an in-depth overview of unions and interfaces. These are advanced GraphQL techniques for modeling domain objects. We'll learn how to identify and write queries for unions and interfaces using fragments. We'll build unions and interfaces into our own API. We'll understand why we use them, when to use them, and how to implement them effectively.
Currently, React is the most popular library for building user interfaces. Since we wrote our first book on React, twice, we're going to use it to build a client. Together we are going to build a robust web client that uses the latest React goodies like Hooks, Context, and Suspense. If you have never used React before, don't worry we've got you covered. At the end of this segment, you will feel confident about being able to build your own web client.
GraphQL is a query language for your APIs, and GraphQL is everywhere. Whether you're a front-end developer trying to load data predictably into your UIs, a back-end developer looking to wrangle microservices, or a manager hoping to tap into the performance and productivity benefits of GraphQL, we have practical, hands-on courses that will fast-track your progress at creating production-ready services with GraphQL. Learn the latest from the authors of O'Reilly's Learning GraphQL.
Any of our classes can be customized to fit your specific needs. We can create the perfect GraphQL training course for your team. Our materials are designed to be isolated, combined, and rearranged to create the perfect class.