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Product is rated as #10 in category Node.js

Do you want to learn GraphQL and keep your Node.js skills up–to–date and relevant?

GraphQL is quickly changing how Node.js developers write their APIs and backend applications. It offers a much–needed replacement to the traditional REST HTTP API. It s by far the most exciting change we ve seen to Node.js development in a long time. Goodbye Express. Hello GraphQL.

Who should learn GraphQL? Anyone building backend applications with Node.js!

In this class, you ll learn how to use GraphQL to replace the standard Express HTTP API, as well as support features like authentication, real–time applications, and more. GraphQL can be used with any client that has internet access, whether it s a web app, mobile app, or server–side application.

Big and small companies, from Twitter and Facebook to Yelp and Twitch, are switching from frameworks like Express to GraphQL.

I designed this class to give you the skills and real–world experience needed to build and launch your own GraphQL apps.

To kick the class off, we ll answer a few important questions. What is GraphQL? Why is it useful? How is GraphQL going to help me build better applications with Node.js?

Next, you ll master the fundamentals of GraphQL by building out a blogging application. You ll learn about GraphQL schemas, data types, queries, mutations, subscriptions, and many other fantastic GraphQL features.

Instructor Details

I'm Andrew, a full-stack developer living in beautiful Philadelphia! I launched my first Udemy course in 2014 and had a blast teaching and helping others. Since then, I've launched 3 courses with over 110,000 students and over 18,000 5-star reviews. I currently teach JavaScript, React, and Node. Before I ever heard about Udemy or thought about teaching, I created a web app development company. I've helped companies of all sizes launch production web applications to their customers. I've had the honor of working with awesome companies like Siemens, Mixergy, and Parkloco. I have a Computer Science degree from Temple University, and I've been programming for just over a decade. I love creating, programming, launching, learning, teaching, and biking. I can't wait to see you inside one of my courses!

Specification: The Modern GraphQL Bootcamp (with Node.js and Apollo)

Duration

23.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

42 reviews for The Modern GraphQL Bootcamp (with Node.js and Apollo)

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  1. Marcelo Lewin

    So far, I’m loving this course! Excellent insight into not only SQL , but Node.js.

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  2. Abd Ett

    Great!

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  3. V. Jenks

    One of the better courses I’ve taken on Udemy, and I’ve done many. Concise, clear, right to the point. I learned a ton and was building GraphQL APIs by the end of the first learning stretch. Was able to build and demonstrate a detailed proof of concept to a client, as intended. Responses are always fast and helpful! Well done!

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  4. Christoph John

    Die Inhalte sind leider outdated. Meines Wissens ist graphql yoga mittlerweile deprecated und die Verwendung eines ORM ist Geschmackssache. W re interessanter gewesen wenn man Apollo 2 mit Typescript und knex vorgestellt h tte und zur Authentifizierung etwas wie keycloak mit sso.

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  5. Simon Ward

    Andrew always produces excellent, in depth courses. I have now reached 100% completion on all of his courses (as of Feb 2020), and strongly recommend them. They are extensive and take commitment to complete, ultimately leading to a stronger comprehension I always leave his courses feeling that I have a solid foundation of the topic.

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  6. Lawrence Dubowitz

    Fantastic course!

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  7. Rayee Roded

    Pros: Very well explained and very easy and understandable coding. Cons: Little slow at parts, but I ended up running some parts x2 speed. Not everything was relevant to me, but it is great for future reference. Summary: Great course!!

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  8. Brazos Donaho

    Right on target

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  9. Lewis Ojile

    Yeah !

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  10. Christoph H rmann

    Very interesting course both, from a content and a didactic perspective. The little challenges make learning these complex concepts almost easy and always show if you have understood a concept or not. Sections like deploying and testing the application can be intimidating at first, but Andrew explained them in a way that even a backend noob like me understood them after watching some videos twice.

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  11. Jean Marie Bernabeu

    I give 5 starts because you don’t have 6. Really pleasure to follow this course.

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  12. Steve Longley

    Andrew is a really good teacher. Everything is explained very clearly with lots of examples. He doesn’t rush, time is taken to make sure the concepts are clearly taught.

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  13. Philip Knight

    The instructor does a good job of explaining the topic.

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  14. Travis Williams

    Andrew is an awesome instructor. He is thorough enough that the challenges feel almost oo easy, but I know that I wouldn’t have gotten there without him. I’m excited for the update on this one (he’s been re recording other courses), the Prisma stuff sometimes is a bit behind and requires some troubleshooting.

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  15. Gabriel B

    As for 2020 03 28 the course uses old version of prisma. If you want to go through with the newest version of prisma, look in Q&A for post called ‘Prisma Deploy errors’ by Alphonso, otherwise you’ll lose a lot of time for trying to figure out how to overcome issues that you encounter

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  16. Muhtasim Musfiq Zarab

    Very Very explanatory course. I love all of the courses provided by you. Many thanks.

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  17. Abdul Haque Mannan

    As usual a great course. One of the best instructors on Udemy. Was able to still follow the course and use more later version of packages (just requires some google searches to make it work especially when using later version of @babel packages). Recommended course if you want to have an in depth knowledge of backend development using GraphQL.

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  18. Saidul Mondal

    good

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  19. Timothy Renner

    Really clear exposition, a little basic for my needs. I anticipate the challenges will get harder.

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  20. Eggerschwyler Yann

    It’s nice to listen to the author of the course and he clearly knows his subject.

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  21. Alex Edwards

    Great explanation of topics using GraphQL and NodeJS. Though some of the libraries used are only being maintained ( https://github.com/prisma labs/graphql yoga/issues/629 ) the fundamentals are important and transferable. I was able to move from Prisma 1 + Yoga to Prisma 2 + NexusJS with ease. Using the same ‘code first’ paradigm, had a lot of similarities in approach too.

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  22. Deepak

    Clear instructions and Good presentation skills

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  23. Simas

    This guy is a superb teacher

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  24. Raymond Flores

    Great course! Im really hoping to see a section with prisma 2 soon

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  25. Dawid Mroczkowski

    Gor co polecam ! Materia jest zrozumia y i szczeg owo porusza podstawy GraphQL !

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  26. Ursula Singleton

    Well, I like react.js a lot and love d3.js and highcharts. I thought GraphQL would be something like D3.js. A potential employer asked for GraphQL, so here we are watching this now. Obviously, this stuff is out of my comfort zone, but you are doing a great job explaining it.

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  27. Wayne Bajema

    Great course.

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  28. Timothy Dills

    It is a good match, except I’d like to see how it works with Databases that provide a graphql server. Like MongoDB Appsync, Fauna, etc.

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  29. Varadarajan Ayakkad Govindamohan

    I am new to GraphQL though I have knowledge with Javascript technologies. Andrew this is a great course ware. Thanks for putting it up.

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  30. Wilfred Baduommie Wubonto

    Great Course

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  31. Samuel Klepper

    Very well explained and easy to digest!

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  32. Geoffrey Hirst

    Andrew sets a really high bar in both presentation quality and the useful content. This is my third course I have taken and I am pleased with what I am learning.

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  33. Ozan Erturk

    I wanted to use graphQL for my react/next.js projects so I did pick up this course which has one of the highest ratings of all graphQL courses and I was not disappointed. One thing I find very displeasing with node.js included courses is that most of the instructors spent too much time on side technologies. But Andrew managed to stay on topic. Pacing was very good. There was no point of time in the course that I felt lost. Subjects were well organized. Only shortcoming i could think is that tools used for the course are becoming outdated but this is hardly a problem because Andrew does such a good job of explaining the main logic that you won’t find implementing your own graphQL node project with more current libraries/packages. Also combine this course with a react course which preferably using graphQl and some pure node.js course and it will be a very good starting point for full stack development.

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  34. Omar Mahmoud Ghanim

    Amazing ! the best course i have seen it

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  35. Tausif Sayyed

    This course is really good.

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  36. Hiroka Dokura

    The instructor’s explanation is really easy to understand and clear!! I took several GraphQL courses and this is the best.

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  37. Jose Sal y Rosas

    I like to have a clear definition about why choose graphQL.

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  38. Nikhil Choudhary

    THIS COURSE IS PRETTY MUCH OUTDATED. This course starts off by teaching you GraphQL using arrays in place of database tables. Later on the instructor introduces an ORM Prisma for connecting to the PostgreSQL database. Thereafter, eventually the arrays are replaced by proper PostgreSQL database. However, the version of Prisma that he uses is a legacy version. It’s pretty pretty outdated. I would not recommend this course to a beginner. If you’re a mid senior or senior level dev, just follow this course till before the Prisma 1 module starts. Thereafter go to the Prisma website and follow their documentation to learn to integrate Prisma 2 in the existing project. I wish this course was updated to use Prisma 2 instead of Prisma 1.

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  39. Jos Gabriel

    Great course!

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  40. Annie CHEN

    This is one of the best GraphQL courses. I have always enjoyed Andrew’s challenges within the videos. However, since Prisma has updated to v2 which is a breaking change, a lot of v1 course content will need some refactoring, which can be a bit challenging for absolute beginners. Despite this, you can still learn a lot about Graphql, Prisma, Apollo client and Jest for testing and how to structure your GraphQL projects.

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  41. Sebastian Sas Mangel

    Unfortunately learning Prisma v1 in 2021 is not longer an option and this course is extensively using that version. Nothing wrong with the course, just wasn’t aware that Prisma v2 is a complete overhaul of v1, making some of the lectures completely out of date and no longer useful to go through.

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  42. Erwin Berthy Ajhuacho Inca

    The course is great before setting up Prisma, the Prisma section is completely outdated. Configuration is completely different as shown in the videos.

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