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Meet up

End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps

Monday, 4th March at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by London JavaScript Community in March 2019

Join us for our March meetup!

End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps 1

Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, you'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools, steps & best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more!

This is part 1 of an event recorded in two sessions.

Carlos Rufo

Carlos is a New York based Open-source software developer with a passion for JavaScript and GraphQL.

End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps 2

Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, you'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools, steps & best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more! This is part 2 of an event recorded in two sessions.

Carlos Rufo

Carlos is a New York based Open-source software developer with a passion for JavaScript and GraphQL.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Join us for our March meetup!

End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps 1

Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, you'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools, steps & best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more!

This is part 1 of an event recorded in two sessions.

Carlos Rufo

Carlos is a New York based Open-source software developer with a passion for JavaScript and GraphQL.

End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps 2

Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, you'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools, steps & best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more! This is part 2 of an event recorded in two sessions.

Carlos Rufo

Carlos is a New York based Open-source software developer with a passion for JavaScript and GraphQL.

Thanks to our sponsors

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Attending Members