Build An App That Books Vacations To The Moon with GraphQL, Lambda, DynamoDB, Serverless Framework, Vue, React and TailwindCSS. Learn about GraphQL and Serverless, then this is the resource for you! AWS Lambda - AWS DynamoDB
The beauty of this course is that you can choose your own adventure on the frontend between Vue and React. On the Vue side we explore how to scaffold a project using Vue CLI and manage state in a parent component across its children. While if you choose to do the frontend part of the course in React, you will learn how to use Apollo’s Local Cache as a replacement for Redux.
Tailwind CSS is creeping into everyone’s workflow to manage their CSS, while I believe you can use it in conjunction with Styled Components in your React app, it introduces different benefits for styling your app. These benefits are:
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AWS KMS is a Key Management Service that let you create Cryptographic keys that you can use to encrypt and decrypt data and also other keys. You can read more about it here.
In this post, you'll learn how to use AWS AppSync with React and GraphQL APIs to build your own real-world
AWS Amplify is a service provided by Amazon Web Services where it gives the ability to create end to end solutions for mobile and web platforms with a more secure and scalable way using AWS services.
This article is in continuation of Deploying an Apollo GraphQL Application As An AWS Lambda Function Through Serverless. Wherein we built a minimalistic application to pull AWS DynamoDB data from a locally hosted Graphql server.