UI developers love GraphQL because it lets them fetch data quickly and efficiently, without having to make multiple API calls or trying to make sense of outdated documentation. With so many benefits on the client, it might seem like implementing a server to get all of these features might be very difficult. And a year and a half ago, when GraphQL had just been open sourced, it certainly looked that way! There weren’t many examples, and the syntax for defining types and fields looked pretty complicated at first glance.
Back in January of 2016,
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