Real estate is a quickly changing industry. It depends on up-to-date data more so than nearly any other vertical, apart from maybe finance. As properties are sold, listings vanish in the blink of an eye. If a real estate agent or app has too many dead listings, customers will quickly grow impatient and move along. Read more
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Query languages are fundamental to the nature of the modern web. As data grows and the internet becomes more complex, bigger datasets are the natural result. To act on that data, though, we need to have systems in place that allow for filtering and transformation. Read more
Above all else, API communication is really a negotiation between the client and the server. Once we clear all the dust, this basic communication underlies every protocol, architecture, and approach. These negotiations are often complex, and deciding who has the responsibility for what aspect of this negotiated communication is an age-old conversation. Read more
Is HyperGraphQL the linked data extension for GraphQL we’ve been waiting for?
Data, in many ways, is the driving force behind much of what the information technology industry does to innovate. Each choice is informed largely by one’s ability to find data, secure that data, and then form relationships within a web of unconnected points. Read more
The world-wide web is a powerful tool, and much of this power is driven from the relational intersections between web pages, the data these pages host, and their further relations to other web pages and data sets. In fact, it is this fundamental relationship that drives the conceptual model and approach of the world-wide web – without these relationships, there would be no Reddit, no BBC News, and certainly no Wikipedia. Read more