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Adopting GraphQL, so you can keep the REST

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Heads-up. This is not a GraphQL how-to, but a reassessment of the benefits.

I’ve read this analogy somewhere between GraphQL and REST which really stuck with me and I think puts things in perspective.

Let me paraphrase:

“Imagine you ask for a banana and you actually get a banana instead of asking for a banana and getting the banana, but…




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