@dthyresson ah, that’s a really interesting idea. Those solutions are used substantially in the React/GraphQL ecosystem and are very marketable integration skills. In general, for my reference as well, do you have thoughts on how to teach those things in a small enough, focused scope for instruction. They can be such a pain
@Milecia to your question, I saw your course outline early on and the flow made sense to me. MongoDB is important in this ecosystem and MongoDB Atlas is a fantastic product. Also, there are shared concepts with GraphQL that might it nice to use together. (As you know.) I felt like GraphQL made more sense to me because of using Mongo, fwiw.
Teaching Redwood requires more focus on Prisma for 1) data modeling and 2) CRUD mutations and 3) migrating a schema. So you won’t actually be digging much into Postgres other than setup. The concepts are important in general. And it’s also very marketable skill to have experience with Postgres, so this could make a fine intro.
Anyway, that’s my 2 cents worth