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Karthik Kalyanaraman
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Jun 16, 2020 ⋅ 6 min read

Avoid overfetching with properly designed GraphQL resolvers

Karthik Kalyanaraman Software engineer. Curious about technology and the economics of the tech industry. Follow me on Twitter @karthikkalyan90.

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2 Replies to "Avoid overfetching with properly designed GraphQL resolvers"

  1. I dont understand why problem 3 student get called twice.

    student, id, name and courses should get called once

    if your have course schema (singular of courses), than this schema will get called twice, if the title schema exist, than title also get called twice, which mean course and title are where the n+1 problem occur

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