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09:00 - 18:00
Kitze, founder of ReactAcademy.io will be providing a GraphQL Basics workshop on Tuesday 18th of February in Amsterdam on GraphQL Basics.
We'll learn everything about the GraphQL schema, queries, and mutations. During the first half of the workshop, we'll explain the basics of GraphQL, the anatomy of a GraphQL schema, how resolvers work, and we’re gonna build a GraphQL server.
We’ll connect our GraphQL server to a React application with Apollo Client. We’ll break down the modular architecture of the client and teach you how to set everything up and use queries and mutations. We’ll show two different approaches for working with Apollo: Render Props and hooks.
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09:00 - 18:00
Go beyond the API and peek into the internal mechanisms of Vue, and how it has changed between 2.x and 3.0.
Learn about the new patterns made available by the new APIs in 3.0.
The Vue3 roadmap currently shows a release for Q1 in 2020, perfect timing to get up to speed with the new version during our workshop on Saturday 22nd February 2020 by the Creator of Vue.js Evan You.
As Evan You summarized it, Vue 3 will be faster, smaller, more maintainable and it will be easier to target native.
One of the most significant changes is that a new API that will allow for a function-based way of writing your component, inspired by React Hooks. It lets you encapsulate logic into 'composition functions' and reuse that logic across components. Read the whole Request for Comments (RFC) for more info about the proposal or look into the API reference. (The API has been renamed from 'Functions API' to 'Composition API' along the way, so don't let that confuse you!)
Yes, that changes the way how we use Vue. However, it won't break anything in your Vue 2.x apps, as the new API is 100% compatible with the current syntax, which won't be deprecated any time soon.
Other pretty exciting changes in Vue 3: