The Road to GraphQL

Your journey to master pragmatic GraphQL in JavaScript

Your journey to master GraphQL in JavaScript the pragmatic way with React, Node and Apollo by building real world applications.

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Hi Product Hunters 👋🏻 I’m Robin, the author of The Road to GraphQL. Thank you so much for hunting the book @djug I am so excited to launch this book on Product Hunt today 🙈 GraphQL is striving in 2018 and I believe it will be even more relevant in 2019. I started to dive into it when I worked closely with a client of mine migrating their codebase to microservices which are using GraphQL now. I was immediately hooked by GraphQL and its ecosystem and wouldn’t want to write applications without it anymore. That’s why I decided to write a book to tell others about it. The book is for free after a sign up and comes with 350+ pages, 45+ exercises, 400+ code snippets and 4 applications you are going to build along the way. It’s not a cookbook, but a pragmatic guide on how to implement GraphQL applications with React and Node.js. You can read more about its content over here: https://www.robinwieruch.de/the-... I am curious what Product Hunters think about GraphQL 😺 So let me know!
@djug @rwieruch I'm sad there is no part on social auth, since it's the one thing I have a lot of struggle with. 😞

If you want to start with GraphQL, this book is a must-read, you will understand and create a fully functional application using the best tools in the JavaScript/Node.js ecosystem.

If you have any doubts about GraphQL, Robin will help you understand it and he'll show you in a practical way why this technology is revolutionising the way we build applications!

Pros:

Another master piece by Robin! A well written book about GraphQL in the JavaScript ecosystem.

Cons:

A little bit short in the GraphQL fundamentals, but it's worth it anyway!

Robin knows his stuff

Pros:

It’s a clear and concise resource

Cons:

No cons at all

@rwieruch Thanks, I love your books. specially "the road to react".
@rwieruch it will be good if you also make video courses.
any plan to make make video courses?