Fullstack GraphQL
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Fullstack GraphQL

About the Book

Overwhelmed by all the tools required for building GraphQL applications? Learn how every piece fits together

What you'll build

You will build from scratch a Pinterest clone called PinApp. Every chapter will slowly teach you the different moving parts of a GraphQL stack by adding features to the example project.

Focus on learning, not on environment setup. Every chapter contains live, editable code samples.

The first chapter will teach you how to read and write data from PinApp, like fetching users or pins, using the GraphQL query language.

Queries and mutations example

The second chapter will teach you how to design PinApp's data model using the GraphQL schema design language.

Schema example

In the third chapter you will learn how to create PinApp's GraphQL APIs using Apollo Server. You will expose to HTTP the schema you designed in the previous chapter. You will also learn how to connect an API with a Postgres database, and how to organize the API source code.

Server example

SQLite3 example

Email authentication example

File management example

The fourth chapter teaches you how to build PinApp's frontend using Apollo Client 2.0 and React 16.

React example

Client side state example

Apollo client example

React apollo example

In the fifth chapter you will learn how to add real time features to PinApp using GraphQL Subscriptions.

Postgres example

Server side subscriptions example

Apollo boost migration example

Client side subscriptions example

The sixth chapter will teach you how to test PinApp's API and frontend using Jest.

Server side testing example

Client side testing example

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Julián Mayorga
Julián Mayorga

Hi there! I have been a full stack Javascript developer since 2013. I have worked in a wide range of tech companies, from a payment startup to a digital car inspections company.

Building beautiful frontends and APIs is my passion. When I say beautiful, I mean both external as internal. Nowadays I am totally obsessed over GraphQL and React. Using them I feel like I can create lovely, maintainable products. I write about building apps using this stack at http://graphql.college.

Table of Contents

  • PREFACE
    • So, what is GraphQL?
    • Organization of the book
    • Sample application
    • Development environment
  • 1. Reading and writing data
    • 1.1 Queries and Mutations
    • 1.2 Query
    • 1.3 Nested Fields
    • 1.4 Multiple fields
    • 1.5 Operation name
    • 1.6 Arguments
    • 1.7 Aliases
    • 1.8 Fragments
    • 1.9 Variables
    • 1.10 Directives
    • 1.11 Default variables
    • 1.12 Inline fragments
    • 1.13 Meta fields
    • 1.14 Mutations
    • 1.15 Summary
  • 2. Data modeling
    • 2.1 Schema, types and resolvers
    • 2.2 Schemas
    • 2.3 Type definitions
    • 2.4 Resolvers
    • 2.5 Summary
  • 3. GraphQL APIs
    • 3.1 Server
    • 3.2 Database
    • 3.3 Authentication
    • 3.4 File organization
    • 3.5 Summary
  • 4. GraphQL clients
    • 4.1 Initial React client
    • 4.2 Client side state
    • 4.3 Apollo Client
    • 4.4 React Apollo
    • 4.5 Query component
    • 4.6 Apollo Provider
    • 4.7 Mutation component
    • 4.5 Summary
  • 5. Subscriptions
    • 5.1 Server side subscriptions
    • 5.2 PubSub systems
    • 5.3 Implementing server side Subscriptions
    • 5.4 Client side subscriptions
    • 5.5 Apollo boost migration
    • 5.6 Implementing client side subscriptions
    • 5.7 Summary
  • 6. Testing
    • 6.1 How to test GraphQL APIs
    • 6.2 Testing setup
    • 6.3 GraphQL layer
    • 6.4 HTTP Layer
    • 6.5 Testing email based authentication
    • 6.6 Subscription endpoints
    • 6.7 How to test React Apollo GraphQL clients
    • 6.8 Testing client-side authentication
    • 6.9 Client subscriptions
    • 6.9 Summary

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