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Full-stack Deno with GraphQL, NextJS, and PostgreSQL

Online Courses Udemy - Full-stack Deno with GraphQL, NextJS, and PostgreSQL, Learn to build full-stack JWT authentication system with Deno, GraphQL, NextJS, and PostgreSQL

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This course will guild you how to use/integrate modern and well-established technologies such as Deno.js, GraphQL, NextJS, and PostgreSQL to build a professional, real-world full-stack application.
# What are we going build?
A full-stack JWT authentication system
# What topics this course will cover?
Create web server with Deno.js and Oak framework
Create GraphQL server with Oak GraphQL library
Setup PostgreSQL database and connect to the server
Write GraphQL API (schema, queries, mutations)
How to use Oak middleware function
How to manipulate Oak Context and use it to pass data between middleware
How to use Cookies
How to create, send, and validate JWT token
Perform PostgreSQL Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD) operations
How to send email in Deno.js
How to connect NextJS application with Deno web server using Apollo Client (v3)
Fetch data from GraphQL API with Apollo Client Hooks (useQuery, useMutation)
How to write Apollo Hooks as custom hook function
How to fetch data from GraphQL API on server-side in NextJS
Manage state with React Context API
How to protect route on client-side in NextJS
How to protect route on server-side in NextJS

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