Client-side GraphQL query customization can come in handy when dealing with a large codebase and multiple teams.
Directives are among GraphQL's most powerful features, but that's only if the GraphQL server provides a good support for them.
GraphQL's biggest advantage over REST is that it solves the issue of overfetching data — so long as you have properly designed resolvers.
Learn how to avoid heuristic queries in GraphQL and get your queries to work accurately with unions in your schema.
Learn how GraphQL enums can help you build more robust and discoverable APIs, create simple interfaces, maintain slim resolvers, and more.
Learn how to use Dgraph with GraphQL to create a CRUD that generates scaffolding methods for each one of the queries and mutations.
GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API, gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need,...
We'll be looking at how Gatsby uses GraphQL to pull in data at build time and also its implications on performance.
Learn how GraphQL mesh can benefit frontend developers and end users alike with its capabilities to integrate data of all kinds of different formats.
One of the biggest hidden benefits of GraphQL is its human-friendliness.
When building out a new GraphQL schema, be on the lookout for these common anti-patterns.
Rust is a great option for building reliable and performant web backends in general, and its powerful macro support makes working with GraphQL an...