Learn and build with GraphQL
A free online workshop on everything you need to build fullstack GraphQL apps with Hasura, Next.js, and Serverless. Start from zero and complete a tweet scheduling app.Get started now
Amazing lessons that will boost your knowledge in GraphQL
- Business logic that is driven by 3factor app architecture to solve real-life problems and goes beyond basic CRUD stuff
- Social authentication to connect your user’s Twitter account with your app
- Actions and Serverless to extend your GraphQL API with simple abstraction flows
- Schedule tweets to go out in the future with the ability to cancel them if you change your mind
- Access Control to manage permissions for your team to use the same app to schedule tweets.
Why GraphQL, Hasura and Serverless?
- Declaratively fetch the right amount of data your UI needs. With GraphQL, your user's requirements are directly translated to queries with no over-fetching or under-fetching
- Strict types in GraphQL drastically reduces the amount of errors that make it to your production environment
- Open source tools like Hasura transform your database into an API of data source. You can focus on writing custom business logic and less CRUD stuff
- Integrate with any frontend library you are familiar with, so you do NOT have to learn an entirely new ecosystem to use GraphQL
- Extend GraphQL with microservices or serverless to accomplish one-off tasks like handling payment, sending emails, sending tweets.
- Operational convenience of using serverless functions that give you scalability out of the box.
Rajoshi GhoshCo-founder Hasura
Christian is building THE course of the future! The tooling in the GraphQL & Serverless space has continuously evolved and today it is possible to build powerful apps that are truly serverless!
Prosper OtemuyiwaCo-founder and CTO at Eden
The power of GraphQL is evident in modern applications. Christian outdid himself here by providing the missing manual in leveraging GraphQL with Serverless. I highly recommend for both beginners and experienced developers.