GraphQLis a new API standard that provides a more efficient, robust and flexible alternative toREST. It was developed and open-sourced by Facebook and is now maintained by a large community of companies and individuals from all over the world.APIshave become ubiquitous components of software infrastructures. In short, anAPIdefines how aclientcan load data from a server.At its core,GraphQLenables declarative data fetching where a client can specify exactly what data it needs from an API. Instead ofmultiple endpointsthat return fixed data structures, aGraphQLserver only exposes a single endpoint and responds with precisely the data a client asked for.What is Prisma?Prisma turns your database into a realtime GraphQL APIPrisma is a performant open-source GraphQL ORM-like layer doing the heavy lifting in your GraphQL server. It turns your database into a GraphQL API which can be consumed by your resolvers via GraphQL bindings.Prisma’s auto-generated GraphQL API provides powerful abstractions and modular building blocks to develop flexible and scalable GraphQL backends:Type-safe API including filters, aggregations, pagination and transactions.Data modeling & migrations with declarative GraphQL SDL.Realtime API using GraphQL subscriptions.Advanced API composition using GraphQL bindings and schema stitching.Why Prisma?Resolve complex queries with top performancePrisma comes with an advanced query engine ensuring that even complex queries are resolved as fast as possible.Generated CRUD API as foundation for your serverPrisma provides a powerful filtering, sorting, pagination (e.g. Relay connections) API. You just need to piggyback on it.Easily add realtime features to your APIGraphQL subscriptions work out of-the-box with Prisma. No more complicated & brittle pub/sub logic for your databases.What you will learn?This course will cover these following topicsGettingStarted with GraphQL and PrismaQueries in GraphQLMutations in GraphQLCURDOperations with Prisma Integrating GraphQL Application with PrismaAuthentication with Prisma, GraphQL, NodeJsFiltering, Pagination, and Sorting