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.
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. In this talk, I’ll show how developers are using GraphQL as an API gateway to accomplish things that you may have never thought possible.
When we think of GraphQL at the resolver level, we typically associate some type of database as the resolver data source, but in practice a resolver is simply a function. What this means is that we can do much more with our GraphQL APIs & our resolvers than we ever thought possible, including things like taking existing REST APIs & transforming them into GraphQL APIs (http resolvers), passing the query to Lambda or serverless functions for processing & returning the response via a GraphQL query (for things like AI & ML), geospatial & time-based queries (passing the query to Elasticsearch), & even VR & AR apps (passing in user location / app info & using the subscription to transmit image assets). In this talk, I’ll walk through what this looks like in theory & in practice, demoing 4 different applications that implement this functionality & showing the code that make the magic happen.
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Learn how to design and plan a database for beginners. This database design course will help you understand database concepts and give you a deeper grasp of database design. Database design is the organisation of data according to a database model. The designer determines what data must be stored and how the data elements interrelate. With this information, they can begin to fit the data to the database model.
In this GraphQL API tutorial, we’ll together compose a GraphQL schema for a twitter clone, we’ll autogenerate all the GraphQL API functions required to start building the application using Dgraph. Dgraph is the only native GraphQL Database which natively interprets, distributed, stores and executes GraphQL, no layering required, all you need to do is to compose a GraphQL schema to get started.