We recently sat down with GraphQL co-creator Lee Byron to learn about the history and future of GraphQL. Hope you enjoy! The Origins and Future of GraphQL
Ten years ago Lee Byron was a graphics engineer designing interactive news graphics at the New York Times when a friend approached him to join a small social media startup based in San Francisco, California. Read more
Structure and Meaning Must be Right
GraphQL is indeed an attractive data API for applications (and people). However, even if you know the basics of GraphQL, you may run into issues about getting the API data structures right and in prettifying the data content to make it business friendly. Read more
We’ve discussed GraphQL at length previously – and while the discussions on how GraphQL works are obviously very powerful, we’ve yet to dive into some of the best practices that should be adopted when developing a GraphQL-centric API.
Today, we’re going to do exactly that. Read more
The world of APIs is one of innovation and constant iteration. The technologies that once drove the largest and best solutions across the web have been supplanted by new, more innovative solutions.
That is why it’s surprising, then, that many developers have clung to what they consider the bastions of web API development. Read more