Basically Netlify Graph helps developers building GraphQL API calls for their web apps. After preparing GraphQL requests in Netlify Dashboard then you can inject the client code to your project with a single click.
Next.js enables developers to build full stack applications with the Server Side Rendering capability. Vercel and Netlify help them to write the backend API with serverless functions. So the next question is what is the ideal database for Next.js apps. In this post, I will review the databases which are popular among the Next.js community. I will comment on how they fit the serverless model. Two things to check:
- Serverless pricing: Is the price pay-per-use? When the database is not in use, do you still have to pay?
- Serverless connections: Is there support for HTTP based connections? So there should not be any connection problems which are common with serverless functions.
If you ever had to build an app that tracks the application usage, restrict resources utilisation or fetch data from the cache to increase app performance, then you would know that Redis is the answer to these requirements! Redis is in-memory, key-value database. It is open source and it stands for Remote Dictionary Server.
In this article, we are going to discuss Upstash, Redis database and the recent beta release of Vue SSR framework, Nuxt 3. This is a beginner friendly article that explores Redis database, where we will build basic app that tracks page-visits of a Nuxt app.
Welcome to part 2 of this tutorial series. In the first part, we saw how to build a REST API using Upstash, Serverless Framework, and Redis.
In this part, we'll build a mobile application using Flutter, to consume our REST API endpoints.
Let's get started 🙃
In this post, we'll be building a serverless mobile application with Flutter, Serverless Framework,Upstash and Redis for storing data.