Graphql

GraphQL: Understanding Datafetchers and it’s use

Reading Time: 3 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists and constant learning is the foundation of success. To boost up your knowledge pot with various technology, here comes another blog about a developing technology GraphQL.GraphQL is a query language introduced by Facebook. To get in basic detail you can visit previous blogs. Here we will discuss DataFetchers.Also, if you want to start the basics Continue Reading

Beginner’s Guide to GraphQL with Spring Boot

Reading Time: 4 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists. Constant learning is the foundation of success. So here we are going to have a tutorial on GraphQL in which we will see how to create a GraphQL server in Java. Objective We are going to query the details for a specific song from an online platform. Prerequisite Basic knowledge of:– Spring Boot– Java– Continue Reading

Getting started with GraphQL

Reading Time: 2 minutes The world is a stage where all of us are artists. Constant learning is the foundation of success. So, here we are going to learn about a query language introduced by Facebook back in 2015, which is GraphQL. In this blog, we will cover the basics of GraphQL. Overview GraphQL is a query language(that’s what QL stands for) for your API and a server-side runtime Continue Reading

Is GraphQL better than REST?

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we will be going to explain a brief difference between GraphQL and REST APIs, Why GraphQL comes into the picture, and give some benefits over REST APIs. So without any further delay let us begin with an understanding of brief about GraphQL and REST APIs. GraphQL is a new API standard that provides a more efficient, powerful, and flexible alternative to REST. Continue Reading

Let’s start exploring DGraph – How to get started?

Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog is primarily aimed towards getting DGraph up and running on your local machine, create some schema in DGraph(alter), add/delete data from DGraph(mutation) and get the data from it(query). We are going to keep the blog simple, exploring each of the mentioned operation in detail in later blogs.

GraphQL – The Better REST

Reading Time: 5 minutes Over the past few years, the REST has become a de-facto architecture for the web services, which emphasize to communicate through the textual data. The user is given a URI of the resource and user can perform various operations (GET, POST, DELETE etc) defined on that address, as simple as that. There are several architectural points that reflect upon the ideology of the REST. These points Continue Reading

Creating GraphQl API with Sangria

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sangria is a library that processes the graphQL queries coming to the server and pass on the object to business layer of the application, which mostly further queries database to get information which sangria passes on as response to the query. GraphQL is a query language for the servers with which only one route can be used to give response to any query, which are Continue Reading