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GraphQL has grown a lot as a technology since it was released in 2015, and at the moment of writing this article, it has been adapted in 20 different programming languages and has been used in production by many companies across the world. If you want to know why this has happened, you can read a short explanation why Github decided to move to GraphQL and read our in-depth article on the topic here.
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Facebook has just made a huge gift to developers using their technology stack all over the world. The company made quite a number of announcements about the new releases of Facebook’s open source libraries. A lot of love was given to React developers, which is not a surprise, if we consider the fact that this view library has been growing in popularity ever since it was released in May 2013. React has received a new library for creating visual reality experiences, called React VR and a massive update to the reconciliation algorithm with the release of React Fiber. It has also received a new, refined version of its GraphQL client library Relay. The new version of Relay, called Relay Modern, introduces a variety of changes that are worth discussing.
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GraphQL is a fairly new technology that will let you adjust your data requirements on the fly and increase the efficiency of your app while keeping your current stack.
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There are times when certain ideas become relevant so quickly that it’s hard to ignore them. If you are linked to the programming industry in any way, you have probably heard about GraphQL, a technology created by Facebook in response to real problems they faced. Some may still be sceptical about it, but others see it as an improvement on REST APIs. In this article, I am going to show you why GraphQL is a viable solution for both new and existing applications and what its advantages are when compared to REST.
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