Full-Stack React, Python, and GraphQL
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This course is for developers looking to build complete, full–stack applications with cutting–edge React user interfaces, powered by a robust Python backend, that uses GraphQL on the server and client.
It was designed for developers who want to be ahead of the curve in the latest web technologies, focusing on how to use GraphQL from front to back, the most current techniques and tools in React, including React Hooks, Apollo Boost, and Material UI, and how to combine it all with Python, Django and Graphene for an amazing stack.
### WHAT WILL WE BE BUILDING? ###
A full–stack app from scratch with a GraphQL API made with Python (Django and Graphene), a React client app with React Hooks and Apollo Boost, state management React Context (with useContext) and Apollo Client State, media file uploads with Cloudinary and tons more.
Our app will be a social music–sharing app called ReactTracks where users can upload and share any music they like; users within our app will be able to interact with various tracks by liking them and adding tracks to their profile, searching for tracks, adding information about their music, as well as editing and deleting their tracks.
### WHAT CONCEPTS WILL IT COVER? ###
Build robust GraphQL Backends with Python
Courses : 16
Specification: Full-Stack React, Python, and GraphQL
13 reviews for Full-Stack React, Python, and GraphQL
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Waseem . –
This course is excellent! Reed also has a great voice easy to listen too, and he is very knowledgeable. I’m very happy with the course. Thank you
Christopher Butler –
Not to pick on Reed, because I find it’s an issue with a lot of instructors, but he moves too fast when coding. Yes I know I can slow down the video but then the words are super slow which is a terrible experience. Instructors you need to realize someone is trying to follow along with what you are doing and cannot predict your next move, so everything we do is going to take more time. If you simply add in some pause time to just wait for your audience and make sure they don’t have to stop the video every 30s, you would improves the user experience SO MUCH.
Daniel Plas Rivera –
I like how he goes through graphql queries through the python package, then revisits again with Django.
Benjamin Drejer –
A good effort. The instructors coding style is very good. However, he goes through topics somewhat too fast (yes, I know rewatching is an option) and leaves a lot of things unexplained. This course is for the most part a follow along and hopefully learn something kind of experience, rather than a theoretical and then use kind of experience (which I admit I prefer).
Chukwunonso Okey–Okoro –
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Patrick Walukagga –
The course is awsome, the instructor gives a detailed explanation of the react hooks.
Brian Kerr –
Easy to follow instructions to build a React CRUD app using Django with GraphQL. App uses the Django user model and JWT for user authentication. Course includes a good practical intro to tools you’ll need to make a Django/GraphQL/React app: Graphene, Insomnia, and Apollo. App uses Materialize but the course doesn’t go deep into presentation aesthetics. After this course I plan to transfer skills learned here and elsewhere to build a web app using Django on the backend and Gatsby up front which I think I can do now that I know this stuff.
Jackson Hoyt –
Very little explanation to anything covered so far. As long as I type what’s on the screen, my programs work just like the instructor’s, but that’s not really helping me learn. The most educational piece, insofar, was how to query or mutate data using GraphQL. But how to build a schema for GraphQL and the early uses of Django, haven’t been nearly as explanatory, and I’m feeling lost. Just one small example, we are building so many classes and ‘subclassing’ graphene objects in every one of them, but I don’t know why. Other times we add self and info as arguments to functions. These are both things we have done numerous times and I don’t understand why. As for the things we do once and pass by, well, my understanding of those are sometimes even more grey.
Emeka Augustine –
This is exactly what I want at this time in my developer life. Thank you…
David Stys –
Moving at a good pace. Learning new things without feeling lost at all.
Christopher Wolfe –
Omphalus kua –