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Django with GraphQL

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We will learn what is GraphQL, what are pros and cons of using it. We will talk about the main concept in GraphQL like schemas, types, queries, mutations and subscriptions.

In the first section we will create plain Django project. This is introduction to Django framework and none previous knowledge is required.

Once the project will be setup we will add GraphQL. In that way you will be able to follow along with either your own Django project or simple project we have created together in the first section. I will explain how to create a root schema and how to create schemas for apps. Also we will implement new Django url to use graphiql: the UI to perform or queries and mutations. Once GraphQL is ready we will add Types, Queries and Mutations. I will show you different ways to write these and explain why we might use one option over another.

After we will have a solid understanding of the GraphQL and how it is connected with Django, we will dive deeper and add some extras like: Token Authentication (JWT), Relay implementations, Filters, Pagination etc.

We will finish the course with the samples how to use our backend GraphQL API with front end applications based on both React and Angular. We will have 2 separate application that will fetch data from our Django Database using our graphql API. We will use apollo library on the front end.

Instructor Details

I'm a self-educated Full-stack developer. I have a master's degree in social psychology and I was working as a child therapist for a few years. Due to the decisions, I made in my life - to move to another country I had to give up my profession and find something different. I started with programming 6 years ago with simple HTML and CSS websites. Shortly I become a freelancer using mostly flash platform. I got my first full-time position as Front-end developer few years ago. Since I started with programming I learn new technologies every single day. And I strongly believe that's a key to success. Now, mostly I'm working with JavaScript and Python, but I also work with other languages like Java, Php, ActionScript, Typescript, etc. I'm very eager to learn everything related to IT technologies and I'm trying to share my passion with others.

Specification: Django with GraphQL

Duration

4 hours

Year

2019

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Agnes R

    Very informative. Good introduction to GraphQL specification and also well explained how to integrate it with Django.

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  2. AHEAD Szymon Wlodarczyk

    It’s a great course as always from Krystian. Showing most important things about GraphQL step by step from the top. Angular and React sections are very nice finalization of the topic.

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  3. Daniel Plas Rivera

    I’m happy to see his explanations and refactors and debugs explaining why you would want to use relay after walking you through without it, he goes through other various refactors that really help during this course so you will have a understanding why to use an additional technology instead of telling you to use it.

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  4. Fatur Fadh

    well done

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  5. Angel Omar Rojas Pacheco

    so good, I liked this course

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  6. Ricardo Veronica Duran

    Excelente para iniciar con GraphQL en Python con Django y Graphene

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  7. Frank Huff

    Good course for django/python/graphql. would have liked to see a very simple mutation done with either/both React and Angular, and how to implement it into the code base.

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  8. Dimitri Hendricks

    Even though this covers the basics of Django Graphene, it’s good enough to understand what you would require over and above to get to what you want your api to do

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  9. Andreas

    Content was ok, for a quick introduction. However, concepts could be explained better. I don’t like when things are explained without actually explaining them, or the reason why things are done.

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  10. M Atif Zafar

    A great course about Django, Python, and GraphQL. I recommend this course to every Python developer who wants to learn about GraphQL

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  11. Kristin Mustacchio

    I was able to get up and running on a production solution immediately after watching these videos. Everything I needed to know is here!

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  12. Vlad Danaila

    The course was intuitive, well structured. I was searching for something to get me up to speed with Django and Graphane, and this proved very useful.

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  13. Mel Be

    Good

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  14. Luis Angel Zacarias Maga a

    Pretty good understanding of graphene, I would like to see how could be implemented the authentication in the frontend

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  15. Jayant Kaushik

    The added project requires a readme file to run it without errors.

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