Our Getting Sterted project wrap-up contains a recap on our learning objectives, a list of best practices for your Hygraph projects, and some useful links so you can continue learning.
#Learning objectives recap
If you followed our complete tutorial, you learned:
- How to plan your content flow
- How to build a schema in layers of complexity
- How to work with queries & mutations
- How to connect to a frontend
- Keep the project's business goals in mind.
- Plan & sketch your content flow before you use the schema builder.
- We often build complex schemas in layers because of how models are interconnected.
- Name models and fields in a way that allows your collaborators to work intuitively.
#Continue your learning
Our tutorial covers a first approach to Hygraph's most important features. You can check out our Developer Guides & API Reference to learn more about all of them.
Here's some additional documentation on the features covered in our tutorial:
|Components||Lean about components, what you can do with them, important concepts, how to create them, add them to your models,and use them in a content entry. Also learn how to work with nested components and how to query them.|
|References||Lean about the different types of reference fields and how to configure them in your schema.|
|Using references||Lean how to use the different reference types in your Hygraph project.|
|Component or reference?||Learn how to decide on whether to use a reference or a component field.|
|Remote Sources||Learn how to configure a remote source, and how to create a custom type definition & a custom input type definition. This document also contains information on known issues & tips, as well as examples.|
|Remote content & data||Learn about the different types of remote fields, how to use them and what for. This document also contains information on how to query remote data, and examples.|
|Enumerations||Learn how to create and work with enumerations.|
|Models API reference||This is our API reference for models.|
|Field types||This is our API reference for field types. This document also contains information on how input types work for filtering, ordering, paginating, and mutating data.|
|Field configuration||This is our API reference for fields. This document contains information on the settings you must configure to add a field to a model, as well as additional information on options, validations, and advanced settings.|
|Creating content||Learn more about creating content in Hygraph. This document contains information on the Hygraph content workflow, including content stages, and connecting related content.|
|Content stages||Learn more about Hygraph's default content stages, and how to work with custom content stages.|
|Localizations||Learn more about localizing content in Hygraph.|
|The Rich Text editor||Learn how to work with Hygraph's RTE. This document covers everything you can do using this field type.|
|How to work with assets||Learn about everything you can do on the Assets section of your Hygraph projoect.|
|Assets API reference||This is our API reference for assets.|
|Preview URLs||Learn more about working with Preview URLs. This document also contains information on defining your Preview URL.|
|Webhooks||Learn more about working with webhooks and webhook logs.|
|Webhooks API reference||This is our API reference for webhooks.|