Every Thursday at OpenCredo we run internal Lunch & Learns for our developers to learn and share about the new tech they are working on, and now you can get to experience them!
GraphQL is a new approach to developing web APIs which allows easy read and write operations on the data published. It was released in 2015 by Facebook, which is now Open Source. It is a collection of tools to create a clear communication between the data producers and consumers, as the request would only allow the fields declared in advance to read and mutate.
In this talk, they explore the historical background of GraphQL with case examples and a demo of how it can be used.
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