Full-Stack React, TypeScript, and Node

Full-Stack React 17, TypeScript, and Node

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 648 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (December 18, 2020)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1839219939
  • ISBN-13: 978-1839219931

eBook Description:

Full-Stack React 17, TypeScript, and Node: Discover the current landscape of full-stack development and how to leverage modern web technologies for building production-ready React.js applications to deploy on AWS

React 17 sets the standard for building high-performance client-side web apps. Node.js 14 is a scalable application server that is used in thousands of websites, while GraphQL is becoming the standard way for large websites to provide data and services to their users. Together, these technologies, when reinforced with the capabilities of TypeScript, provide a cutting-edge stack for complete web application development.

This Full-Stack React, TypeScript, and Node book takes a hands-on approach to implementing modern web technologies and the associated methodologies for building full-stack apps. You’ll begin by gaining a strong understanding of TypeScript and how to use it to build high-quality web apps. The chapters that follow delve into client-side development with React 17 using the new Hooks API and Redux. Next, you’ll get to grips with server-side development with Express, including authentication with Redis-based sessions and accessing databases with TypeORM. The book will then show you how to use Apollo GraphQL to build web services for your full-stack app. Later, you’ll learn how to build GraphQL schemas and integrate them with React using Hooks. Finally, you’ll focus on how to deploy your application onto an NGINX server using the AWS cloud.

  • Discover TypeScript’s most important features and how they can be used to improve code quality and maintainability
  • Understand what React Hooks are and how to build React apps using them
  • Implement state management for your React app using Redux
  • Set up an Express project with TypeScript and GraphQL from scratch
  • Build a fully functional online forum app using React and GraphQL
  • Add authentication to your web app using Redis
  • Save and retrieve data from a Postgres database using TypeORM
  • Configure NGINX on the AWS cloud to deploy and serve your apps

By the end of this Full-Stack React, TypeScript, and Node book, you’ll be able to build and deploy complete high-performance web applications using React, Node, and GraphQL.

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