This course is for developers keen to build complete, full-stack applications with cutting-edge React user interfaces, powered by a robust Python backend and using GraphQL on the server and client.
This course was designed for developers keen to get ahead of the curve in the latest web technologies, and focuses 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.
You’ll 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.
This app will be a social music-sharing app called ReactTracks where users can upload and share any music they like, interact with various tracks by liking them and adding them to their profile, searching for tracks, adding information about their music, and editing/deleting their tracks.
All the codes and supporting files for this course are available at – github.com/PacktPublishing/Full-Stack-React-Python-and-GraphQL
Features Build robust GraphQL backends with Python Authenticate requests made to your Python backend with JSON web tokens Master the latest and greatest tools to React: React Hooks and React Context Course Length 6 hours 35 minutes ISBN 9781839215698 Date Of Publication 24 Oct 2019
Build stunning, complete full-stack applications with React and Python Create a robust Python backend with the Django web framework Integrate GraphQL with Python using Graphene and Graphene-Django Use GraphQL in great depth-from the basics to using it in full-stack apps The latest and greatest React concepts, including React Hooks, React Context, and more Work with GraphQL on the backend to create a complete API (with Django and Graphene) Master GraphQL in React applications in great depth with Apollo Boost, Apollo Client, and Apollo Client State