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What is GraphQL, and why use it?

GraphQL is a flexible query language that allows you to return as much or as little data as you need. It’s important to know that GraphQL is an application layer that parses the query you send it and returns (or changes) data accordingly. Unlike REST APIs where there are multiple endpoints returning different data, GraphQL continually exposes one endpoint and allows you to determine the structure of the returned data.

The result of each query will be formatted in the same way as the query itself.

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  • Basics of how to write GraphQL
  • Navigating the documentation
  • GraphQL specific use cases
  • API Limit

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