In case this is the first time you’re hearing about GraphQL, here’s an interesting fact: You’ve been using it every day for the last few years. Facebook has more than 1 billion daily active users, and GraphQL is fundamental to how Facebook works. Using Facebook means using GraphQL.
GraphQL solves real problems, and people are taking notice. It’s not just React developers who are getting excited about GraphQL. Angular, iOS and Android developers are equally interested in what GraphQL has to offer. Its popularity is rapidly growing, and for a good reason: GraphQL has solutions for some very real problems that developers grapple with every day. That’s why companies like Twitter, [Intuit] and [Drupal] are adopting it.
In this GraphQL tutorial, we’ll show how developers are using GraphQL as an API gateway to accomplish things that you may have never thought possible. Curious Use Cases of GraphQL (and The Future of GraphQL). As GraphQL moves into the mainstream, the tooling & ecosystem has grown and has made it possible to do much more with GraphQL than using it as just a data layer.
CRUD Tutorial - React, GraphQL, NodeJS, MySQL. Tech Stack: - ReactJS - NodeJS - ExpressJS - GraphQL / Express GraphQL / Apollo Client - TypeScript - MySQL - TypeOrm
GraphQL Finland has a different scope, and it's going to be the first Nordic GraphQL focused conference. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone interested in GraphQL at the event.
Today, we launched our event site for GraphQL Summit, the first-ever GraphQL conference. Be sure to check out the full site to see what’s in store.