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[Workshop]

Manage your API communication and App State with GraphQL and Apollo 

Ready for some hands-on GraphQL experience? What’s the deal with this revolutionary way of querying data over HTTP? Find out during this special workshop. Front-end developer Ugur Korfali, working at KLM, will dive into the benefits, how-to and combination of GraphQL and Apollo. Learn how to manage your API communication and App State with the technologies that are driving next-gen webapps. In the workshop, we will use real-life data from Schiphol’s Public API.
Are you unfamiliar with GraphQL and Apollo? GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data. It’s open sourced by Facebook in 2015 and is a powerful alternative to building a REST API with various endpoints to request data. Apollo provides a universal GraphQL API on top of existing services. Apollo Client is a fully-featured caching GraphQL client with integrations for React, Angular, and more. It allows you to easily build UI components that fetch data via GraphQL.
Due to the workshop setting there is a limited amount of 30 spots available. 

Prerequisites:
  • Basic Git knowledge
  • Experience with Javascript (TypeScript experience would be nice)
  • Basic Node and Express experience
  • Angular (the new angular, not angularjs) experience would be a cherry on top

Meetup schedule


18.00 - Doors open. Food & Drinks provided 🥘 🍹
19.00 - Introduction to GraphQL and Apollo
19.15 - Interactive workshop GraphQL and Apollo 💻
20.45 - Drinks, pool, networking

About the workshop expert


Ugur has been working as a front-end developer in different companies and projects for more than 8 years. Currently, he is working for KLM as a Front-End Engineer for over 1,5 years, and he and his team are building a single, big scalable web app themed for both Air France and KLM. Ugur still feels like a kid in a sandbox filled with amazing tools to build a castle that will be smashed to the ground by a wave of libraries and frameworks every couple of years.

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[Workshop]

Manage your API communication and App State with GraphQL and Apollo 

Ready for some hands-on GraphQL experience? What’s the deal with this revolutionary way of querying data over HTTP? Find out during this special workshop. Front-end developer Ugur Korfali, working at KLM, will dive into the benefits, how-to and combination of GraphQL and Apollo. Learn how to manage your API communication and App State with the technologies that are driving next-gen webapps. In the workshop, we will use real-life data from Schiphol’s Public API.
Are you unfamiliar with GraphQL and Apollo? GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data. It’s open sourced by Facebook in 2015 and is a powerful alternative to building a REST API with various endpoints to request data. Apollo provides a universal GraphQL API on top of existing services. Apollo Client is a fully-featured caching GraphQL client with integrations for React, Angular, and more. It allows you to easily build UI components that fetch data via GraphQL.
Due to the workshop setting there is a limited amount of 30 spots available. 

Prerequisites:
  • Basic Git knowledge
  • Experience with Javascript (TypeScript experience would be nice)
  • Basic Node and Express experience
  • Angular (the new angular, not angularjs) experience would be a cherry on top

Meetup schedule


18.00 - Doors open. Food & Drinks provided 🥘 🍹
19.00 - Introduction to GraphQL and Apollo
19.15 - Interactive workshop GraphQL and Apollo 💻
20.45 - Drinks, pool, networking

About the workshop expert


Ugur has been working as a front-end developer in different companies and projects for more than 8 years. Currently, he is working for KLM as a Front-End Engineer for over 1,5 years, and he and his team are building a single, big scalable web app themed for both Air France and KLM. Ugur still feels like a kid in a sandbox filled with amazing tools to build a castle that will be smashed to the ground by a wave of libraries and frameworks every couple of years.