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AWS AppSync & Amplify with React & GraphQL – Complete Guide

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Product is rated as #47 in category React

Have you ever wondered how to create a production–ready backend API in AWS?

On top of it, what if it was all serverless and powered by GraphQL?

What if it could scale to millions of requests?

What if it was… easy!?

AWS AppSync & AWS Amplify is the BEST way to get started with deploying GraphQL based applications in the AWS Cloud, all without deploying any servers, that infinitely scale. Welcome to the great world of Serverless computing!

This course is fully hands–on, in which you’ll get the chance to practice and learn:

GraphQL crash–course

How to deploy GraphQL based backends in AWS

How to develop your next–gen web application using the AWS Amplify framework & AWS AppSync

You will see how you can quickly build a secure, scalable, functional and real–time application in no–time!

Instructor

Paulo Dichone is the instructor of this course. He is a Software Engineer, a teacher, and the author of highly rated Development courses on Udemy. He has already taught over 90,000 students online and received over 10,000 reviews. Students love his teaching methodology which is heavy on hands–on, project–based approach.

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Section 1 Course Introduction: Get an understand of the course objectives, how the course is structured, download the course code and get ready! 

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Specification: AWS AppSync & Amplify with React & GraphQL – Complete Guide

Duration 11 hours
Year 2020
Level All
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Jan Alfred Richter

    The content was pretty good but I didn’t like the videos that much. There was a lot of basic code errors even syntax errors that could be prevented by using an IDE. While testing the user functionality, Paul was using a single browser and was logging in and out all the time, why didn’t he use incognito window or a different browser? Also, when starting a new course it would be good to clean your AWS environment to avoid your own confusion when going through the DynamoDB tables and such. The React app structure when it came to components it all seemed to be really rushed which I don’t think is a good example for students (Storing the Like logic in DisplayPosts component). Finally, just hiding the buttons to restrict the functionality for the user is actually not right there would have to be permissions on the mutations etc. I am not saying that it should be covered in the course, but at least mentioned that there needs to be an extra effort before launching anything like this app in production. To summarise I really enjoyed the content and I’m excited to build a new app using AppSync and Amplify. So thank you for that.

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    Ei T.

    Should have concentrated on elaborating on using GraphQL in AWS instead of GraphQL itself. Soft spoken instructor, lulling me to sleep

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    Sheen Brisals

    Nice course and very well done by Paulo. His clear and encouraging style keeps you focused. I see the passion in his teaching. I was here not for the hands on coding part but mainly to grasp GraphQL, AppSync and Amplify side of things along with a bit of React. Perhaps, the repeated code constructs could’ve been copy/pasted rather than typing online. The AppSync part could’ve been expanded more.

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    Olav Lognvik

    Great overview of AppSync and GraphQL! Doesn’t go into too much depth on Amplify, but since you use it hands on all the time it’s not really necessary. Do note that this is not a Stephane course though. Paulo is good, so not really a problem, but I thought this course was a cooperation.

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    Serhii

    I wanna thank you Paulo for the work he done for NodeJS and MongoDb section. Nevertheless it is strange that more the 50% course time I should watching in details nodeJs and mongoDB setup and work. I like Idea to have comprising common graphQL approach with AppSync. From my point of view NodeJS should be cut off significantly and MongoDB should not be part of that course at all as work with databases is different and rather comprehensive topic at all. I would recommend to keep about 10 15% of nodeJS Section and make standalone course something as Introduction in nodeJS and MongoDb. In general, as experienced nodeJS developer, I liked very much as Paulo explains step by step setup and developing server on NodeJS with MongoDb. Thank you.

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    Geyman Eugene

    Awesome course, highly recommend to all

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    Israel M

    This is a great course. It armed me with the tools that I need to work with GraphQL, Amplify, AppSync and DynamoDB. This course is a great choice for starters in these technologies.

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    Dorian Machado

    Excellent course, all the explanation was so clear and the sample App project was wonderful. Thanks to the teachers.

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    Carlos H Oliveira

    Good content and clear explanation. All credits for Paulo Dishone as he drove the entire training.

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    Ben Pitt

    Content was delivered clearly and passionately by Paulo. A very solid introduction to GraphQL philosophy for newstarters helping them grasp how it all plugs together with AppSync in the 2nd half of the course. I would have liked to see Federated Identity looked at such as Facebook/Google social login. This is a very common integration that Cognito provides but can be a bit clunky to get around (Maybe this can be an Advanced successor course with further resolver programming/recipes). My main takeaway was the simplicity of AWS amplify and the AppSync subscription integrations.

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    Philip Damra

    Some issues that I had with the course: At a running time of over 11 hours, I expected this course to be a fairly deep dive into AppSync and Amplify CLI. This course is NOT that. Nearly half of the course covers building a GraphQL based application using ExpressJS and other GraphQL libraries, NOT AppSync. To me, this is borderline false advertising. If I wanted to take a course on general GraphQL application development, there are several here on Udemy. This course is supposed to be focused on AppSync The example application is very basic to the point of being trivial. A simple blog application is basically the Hello World of development courses. Some things that could have been included, but weren’t: Authentication beyond just using the basic built in components, for example using Federation with Google or FaceBook Permissions/Authorization. Amplify contains a very sophisticated authorization system that grants access to users based on directives in the schema. We see none of that. Modifying the resolvers/working with the Velocity templates. It’s extremely likely that the default resolvers will not be sufficient for a real world application, and it would be nice to see how to work with the Velocity templates used by Amplify Local/Offline Storage Amplify Hub/Pub Sub And much more that is not covered. Amplify has a huge amount of functionality available, and this course barely scrapes the surface. Also, the code in this course is very basic. Any professional JS developer will recognize and recoil at the sloppy code, inconsistent CSS and general lack of quality of the code that we’re expected to follow along with. I was very disappointed in this course, because I’ve taken several of Stephane’s AWS courses and I’ve found them to be very high quality, helping me to attain multiple AWS certifications.

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    Arron J Linton

    Excellent course. Great Instructor. Thorough and detailed explanations.

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    Jorge Armando Martinez

    I’m really excited and grateful to you. Before starting my programming knowledge about was updated and I thought that I couldn’t accomplish it but I achieved it. Thank you so much… that was wonderful!

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    Lu s Carlos Vanegas Bedoya

    i am really grateful for the learning and time in the course, for shared this teach that tech of future.

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    Gurudutt Mallapur

    Course is good. However the video lacks subtitles/captions. Sometimes it’s difficult to follow the accent of the teacher. As a workaround, I enabled the auto generated captions but they show a lot of gibberish translation that would be incomprehensible for a novice programmer and an annoying thing for more experienced programmer.

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    Sumit Ghosh

    It seems like this course wasn’t planned and thought out well. Could be a lot better.

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