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I'm a professional React developer, and here's how I create GraphQL Microservices Using React, Node.js, Docker and MySQL. #9

About Me: I've been a professional web developer for just over 10 years now. I'm currently the lead web development instructor at Better Coding Academy, and as part of what I do, I post videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/BetterCodingAcademy.

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This is part 9 in a full tutorial on how to set up a GraphQL Microservices-powered React app. (Here's part 8!)

In this video, I finalised both the frontend and backend, adding in support for adding listings as an authenticated user.

I hope you enjoy!

Happy coding!

Full source code: https://github.com/parkroolucas/microservices-demo

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Bruce Martin • Edited on

Awesome series, thanks - I loved the breadth of tech, frameworks, lib etc used - I learned new things about docker, cookies, Babel, ORM, hooks, forms, GraphQL, redux, express, got, styled-components (even though none of them were brand new to me) and many other things I'm forgetting in the moment :)

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Better Coding Academy

Hahahahaha that's awesome! Glad you enjoyed!

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Michael "lampe" Lazarski

What part is about authentication? xD

Also dev.to has the option to define a series. I think this would help people to find part 1 if they are new.

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Better Coding Academy

That's an awesome suggestion, thanks for that!

(Authentication would be part 5 πŸ˜‰)

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Michael "lampe" Lazarski

Thanks I will check that part out :)

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Hakan Γ–zkaptan

Hi Lucas, Again and again, good video.
I want to curious how to make pagination or fetch new data when scrolling
Could you show us how to make pagination or fetch more data when scrolling?
Thank you.

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Mohammed Alaa

Thanks for the amazing series, looking forward for the deployment video :)

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