Learn how to combine GraphQL and Java to build a REST API without worrying about under-fetching or over-fetching data. This article explains how to consume GraphQL services using Quarkus applications.
The [REST API] uses server-driven fixed data responses, which means a developer (client) can't determine the result of the response. To create new microservices, developers using these REST APIs have been looking for ways to minimize over-fetching and under-fetching when retrieving data along with business logic.
[GraphQL] provides a client-driven query language and runtime to prevent this overhead on the client-side and instead retrieve the exact data that the REST API requires. When GraphQL came out, many developers thought that it could replace existing REST API specifications. However, it's not a replacement but an alternative.
What is REST? The REST acronym is defined as a “REpresentational State Transfer” and is designed to take advantage of existing HTTP protocols when used
I’ve been working with Restful APIs for some time now and one thing that I love to do is to talk about APIs.
We see a lot of articles that tout the features of graphql, praising its advantages over rest API’s, I do mostly agree with these articles, but I’ll like to present its advantages from another perspective — by elaborating some issues I had integrating a 50+ rest api in an app. Graphql vs Rest: “What the Fudge” Issues I Faced Consuming a 50+ Endpoint Rest API. Personal insight into the advantages of Graphql
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