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GraphQL or Bust: To Use It Or Not: That Is The Question.

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Discover the benefits of GraphQL and gauge if it's a good move for your web API. GraphQL, the data modeling language developed by Facebook, has been making ripples throughout the economy since its inception in 2013. GraphQL or Bust helps determine the position of GraphQL within the API ecosystem. We explore things like the benefits of using GraphQL, the differences between ...more
Kindle Edition, 102 pages
Published July 10th 2018
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Vlad Ardelean
Dec 11, 2018 rated it it was ok
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It seems like this book was written with the purpose of writing a book. Highly repetitive, lots of bullet points, no that much information.
For all it's worth, it's an OK introduction to GraphQL, but only if you want to read 70 pages instead of googling up 3 articles.
It was also free, so I can't complain that much... I got what I paid for.
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Klaus
Jun 22, 2020 rated it liked it
I started to read this book with the wrong expectation. I was looking to a more "getting started" resource, not the author's problem but my own.

For people seeking arguments to adopt (or not) GraphQL, this is fascinating reading. From technical aspects to concerns with legal and patents, this book brings different topics and stress comparisons with REST.
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