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GraphQL is a powerful technology providing client an efficient and elegant way to fetch data, getting exactly the data and avoid multiple round-trips.
The GraphQL community is evolving fast, with various tools emerging for HTTP server integration, query and mutation support, schema translations and ORMs. I'm a co-author of library called Allograph. You can take a look here: https://github.com/allograph/allograph. Allograph aims to integrate the various tools around GraphQL to provide a rapid development framework to enhance developer experience. In this talk, I'm going to show not only how to use Allograph, but go in detail on how we built Allograph from scratch, the considerations and choices we made along the way, and the tools we decided to include and leave out.
There'll be topics beyond what you see in "Introduction to GraphQL" tutorials. After the talk, you'll gain deeper understanding on GraphQL itself, with perspectives on how to build a GraphQL backend either alongside an existing app or from scratch.
We are organizing the second edition of this Node.js course where you can learn and practice Node.js by working on a real-world project doing remote pair programming with other developers from around the world.
After you sign up, we will match you with another student and, together, you will build and ship a real-world project for a fictional event ticketing platform through a series of remote pair programming sessions. The project has been designed to help you learn how to build, test, and ship a production-ready REST API with Node.js, Express, Passport, Mocha, and Chai.
Sign up here:
There is a 20% discount for the first 10 people to sign up with the code NODEJSCLUBSF.
Also, let us know if you want to be paired with someone specific.