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How To Build A GraphQL Server Using Next.js API Routes
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How To Build A GraphQL Server Using Next.js API Routes

Next.js gives you the best developer experience with all the features you need for production. It provides a straightforward solution to build your API using Next.js API routes.In this guide, we will be first learning what are API Routes, and then create a GraphQL server that retrieves the data from the Github API using the Next.js API Routes.To get the most out of this tutorial, you need at least a basic understanding of GraphQL. Knowledge of Apollo Server would help but is not compulsory. This tutorial would benefit those who want to extend their React or Next.js skills to the server-side and be able to build as well their first full-stack app with Next.js and GraphQL.So, let’s dive in. What Are Next.js API Routes? Next.js is a framework that enables rendering React apps on the cli...
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Getting Started with Yoga and Prisma for Building GraphQL Servers

  By now, you have probably heard a lot of buzz about GraphQL going around and how it’s going to replace REST but you don’t even know where to begin. You hear a lot of buzzwords about mutations and queries but what you’re used to is GET and POST requests on your different endpoints to fetch data and make changes to your database. Thinking about making a switch to GraphQL and don't know where to begin? This article is for you.In this article, we are going to take a look at how to convert a database to a GraphQL API using Prisma. Prerequisites To follow through this article, you’ll need the following:Basic knowledge of JavaScript Node installed on your machine Node Package Manager installed on your machineTo confirm your installations, run the command: node --ver...