Hands-On Full-Stack Web Development with GraphQL and React (Packt)
Monday, 25 February 2019

This book is a guide to implementing applications by using React, Apollo, Node.js and SQL. Author Sebastian Grebe focuses on solving complex problems with GraphQL, such as abstracting multi-table database architectures and handling image uploads and shows how to build a complete Graphbook with the client and server powered by Apollo.



Author: Sebastian Grebe
Publisher: Packt
Date: January 2019
Pages: 468
ISBN: 978-1789134520
Print: 1789134528
Kindle: B07L8HMT3G
Audience: Web developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and development



  • Resolve data from multi-table database and system architectures
  • Build a GraphQL API by implementing models and schemas with Apollo and Sequelize
  • Set up an Apollo Client and build front end components using React
  • Use Mocha to test your full-stack application
  • Write complex React components and share data across them
  • Deploy your application using Docker


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