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Vincent Composieux 11h
"GraphQL: The Documentary". Starring co-creators of GraphQL and other big names from the community, this documentary explores the story of why and how GraphQL came to be and the impact it's having on big tech
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ClearEye Consulting 21m
Reasons for choosing REST over for my specific case: (1) relatively simple API, not likely to evolve much, (2) has to be super-fast on writes, and (3) I'm OK with inventing complex, "imaginary" resources to avoid multiple reads, and could care less about HATEOAS 🤓.
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ngCopenhagen 7m
The third talk for today is by and . They show how easily you can implement to your client side. Lots of live coding by Emil who is also a first time speaker 🤩
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Aaron Taylor 13m
Replying to @aaronmahciti
Day 33 of : Took a slight break for the past couple days due to travel, but I’m back to it. I started today by watching a doc on and reading up on what separates it from REST. Highly recommend it. It’s a great watch!
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Oliver Drotbohm 🥁&👨‍💻 Jun 18
Continuously amazed that we praise stuff as great and new that we have collectively condemned a decade ago: single endpoint, tunneling queries through POST requests. That's *literally* everything that makes SOAP bad. Why is that considered great for ?
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Stephen P Jun 17
Explain like I'm 5:
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Julien Danjou Jun 20
Really surprised about how little client-side support there is for . Is everybody handling e.g. pagination by hand? 🤔
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Simon Franzen 🦉🇪🇺 24m
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Wilfredo Pérez 7h
OMG! I don't have enough time. 1. Studying for Solution Architect Associate. 2. Studying . 3. Preparing a talk about Angular Dynamics forms. 4. Creating my personal web page.
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Jennie Ji 3h
Just realise actually just did one more thing than older techniques like : define protocals of combining queries in single request... And somehow it just looks more friendly to front-end and gets popular. In fact, nothing more than type, validate, resolver...
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Erik 4h
's Talk concerning was my personal highlight at in Munich this year.
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Jesper O Christensen Jun 21
day2. giving his talk about code-first GraphQL servers with Prisma. If your into you should definitly give a try. It’s pretty awesome if you ask me 😁
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DesertGraphQL 2h
Who out there is doing schema stitching? What’s your stack look like?
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ClearEye Consulting 27m
Just read from . Great article. I've been sort of going back and forth about REST vs. for my QMEssentials project. I think GraphQL is here to stay, but I'm not convinced REST is dead yet, and for my specific use, I think it may be better.
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Timothy Reid 3h
This is a great by about how came into being. Lots of insight from & about the engineering challenges that brought about the creation of .
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Daniel Gut Jun 24
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Nicolas Jun 18
Use nested inputs they said. It will be fine they said 🙈
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