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Spring for GraphQL request validation

Every app has to have some mechanism to validate the user input. The input validation serves 2 purposes. First, it will guarantee an app's smooth operation even if the user makes the request with invalid parameters. Second, it can explain to the user what the user does wrong and give a hint through the message on how to resolve the error. This blog is about user…

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Ivan Polovyi

I am a Java Developer | OCA Java EE 8 | Spring Professional | AWS CDA | CKA | DCA | Oracle DB CA. I started programming at age 34 and still learning.