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Building Fullstack eCommerce Apps with RedwoodJS, Shopify, and StepZen

Building Fullstack eCommerce Apps with RedwoodJS, Shopify, and StepZen

Build a site that pulls data from the Shopify API using StepZen and connects it to Redwood's API side which is auto-configured with a GraphQL handler that can be deployed with serverless functions enabling secure API routes.

How to Build a GraphQL API Connected to A MySQL Database Using StepZen

How to Build a GraphQL API Connected to A MySQL Database Using StepZen

Here, we give you an in-depth look at how you can easily use StepZen to connect your MySQL database to a GraphQL API.

Building a Jamstack Blog with Next.js, WordPress, and Cloudinary

Building a Jamstack Blog with Next.js, WordPress, and Cloudinary

This example showcases Next.js ability to statically generate blog post by querying a GraphQL API built with StepZen that returns blog posts from WordPress and images from Cloudinary.

Realizing the Potential of the API in Jamstack

Realizing the Potential of the API in Jamstack

APIs are a powerful way to fetch and combine data during static and dynamic builds. We believe that the potential of APIs in Jamstack applications is fully realized when APIs are easy to build and run and help developers seamlessly harmonize multiple data sources.

How to Secure API Routes for Jamstack Sites

How to Secure API Routes for Jamstack Sites

Securing API routes for Jamstack sites is important. Here's one way to do it.

GraphQL and the Jamstack

GraphQL and the Jamstack

A look at the intertwined evolution of the Jamstack and GraphQL and how popular Jamstack tools are built upon a GraphQL foundation.

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