GraphQL with React Course: The Complete Developers Guide
Learn and master GraphQL by building real web apps with React and Node
12 reviews for GraphQL with React Course: The Complete Developers Guide
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Rutuparn Dalvi –
The course is great from a conceptual standpoint, but it is pretty outdated. I wouldn’t mind that as much, but Apollo Client is heavily using Hooks and this will definitely have an impact. When you start working on production apps, you’ll need to figure out how to use graphql in Hooks to build scalable apps.
Rick Farina –
The first part of the course went very well. I would give that 5 stars.
But Section 2 with React is 100% outdated. I’ve spent over 2 days tinkering between the original code and package versions. I finally got MongoDB to connect, but Webpack won’t compile. Every change impacts another.
The shame is that I just bought the course noting that it was updated August 2022. But clearly, the core components of the course have not been.
I’d really like to take and complete the course, but have no idea how to get through it.
If you can provide some input that would be great. I’d be happy to give it another try if I can be pointed in the right direction.
Sebastián Villa –
It’s very outdated, so it basically helps to understand the theory/logic behind GraphQL, but not exactly how to use it in 2022.
Thoeun C –
Wow, good in-depth topics and explanations. Highly recommend it.
Pawan Khadgi –
It was very good information on server side and client side GraphQL. Learnt lot of new things related to GraphQL.
Gabriel Ciortea –
Stephen is a great instructor, this is not the first course I take from him, however, the content should be updated as GraphQL has evolved since.
Gassan Quintar –
Stephen is a great instructor, as usual. This course gives you basic knowledge of the server and client sides of GraphQL, but unfortunately, it’s pretty outdated. However, it’s an excellent point to start GraphQL.
Denis Dragomirik –
Great explanation, good English, lessons are prepared, clear for understanding. It is a good match for experienced developers, as for newbies.
Mariusz Maślanka –
I have mixed feelings about this course. Let me start with the advantages of this course:
– a large number of diagrams that allow you to understand the flow of the application.
– a good way of translating topics
– detailed explanation of the issues
– pagination is missing here (important things)
– too few uses of fragments in GraphQL were shown
– too much time spent strictly on react
– for 2023 – outdated React concepts and architecture (HOC, class components).
The course is good but needs more updating. As for the 13 hours of the course, not enough time was devoted to GraphQL itself.
Prem Prakash4 –
Course is too much outdated. In the course old style class components have been used. Apollo client code used is also old syntax so effectively this course was not useful for me. Also the tutor should have paid more attention to frontend coding rather than backend coding as this course is dedicated for frontend developers.
Kristine Johnson –
This is taught using Class Components. I tried to use functional components on the final project but got a ton of errors and wasn’t sure where to correct as there’s no guidance with this.
Kanak Lata Singh –
The course is not updated. Still I see old ways of implementation .
For eg : As latest , we can use useQuery and useMutation hooks provided by @apollo/client .