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Full-Stack React, TypeScript, and Node

By : David Choi
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Full-Stack React, TypeScript, and Node

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By: David Choi

Overview of this book

React sets the standard for building high-performance client-side web apps. Node.js is a scalable application server that is used in thousands of websites, while GraphQL is becoming the standard way for large websites to provide data and services to their users. Together, these technologies, when reinforced with the capabilities of TypeScript, provide a cutting-edge stack for complete web application development. This book takes a hands-on approach to implementing modern web technologies and the associated methodologies for building full-stack apps. You’ll begin by gaining a strong understanding of TypeScript and how to use it to build high-quality web apps. The chapters that follow delve into client-side development with React using the new Hooks API and Redux. Next, you’ll get to grips with server-side development with Express, including authentication with Redis-based sessions and accessing databases with TypeORM. The book will then show you how to use Apollo GraphQL to build web services for your full-stack app. Later, you’ll learn how to build GraphQL schemas and integrate them with React using Hooks. Finally, you’ll focus on how to deploy your application onto an NGINX server using the AWS cloud. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to build and deploy complete high-performance web applications using React, Node, and GraphQL.
Table of Contents (22 chapters)
Section 1:Understanding TypeScript and How It Can Improve Your JavaScript
Section 2: Learning Single-Page Application Development Using React
Section 3: Understanding Web Service Development Using Express and GraphQL
Chapter 16: Adding a GraphQL Schema – Part II

Setting up Redis, Postgres, and Node on Ubuntu

In this section, we will install our main requirements onto our Linux server. We already covered the setup and configuration of Redis in Chapter 13, Setting Up a Session State Using Express and Redis, but let's do it one final time since we will now all have the same underlying OS.

Setting up Redis

In this section, we will install our Redis server and configure it for our application:

  1. On your terminal, log in to the server and run these two commands:
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt install redis-server

    Apt is a software dependency packaging tool for Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and Debian. Its roughly comparable to NPM. So here, we are updating our apt to the latest version and then using it to install Redis.

  2. Once the installation is complete, open the redis.conf file like this:
    sudo nano /etc/redis/redis.conf
  3. Find the requirepass entry, uncomment it, and then add your own password.


    The password in the source...