Bringing Full-stack to JAMStack

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Wednesday, September 29 2021
11:15 - 12:00

JAMStack has become one of the prominent web technologies in recent years. These frameworks offer faster websites, make them more scalable, and more secure. This has changed the front-end by serving static pages that can be fetched from a server.

But what if you need to attach a database to your JAMStack app? Using React, Prisma, and GraphQL, you can make a full-stack application based on JAMStack principles with the Redwood. By the end of this talk, we’ll have a dashboard app that is connected to a database with a fully functional GraphQL server.

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