Getting to Know GraphQL

GraphQL is making a huge splash in modern serverless applications. GraphQL allows you to present custom apis that allow the consumer of the API to decide what information they want and how it should be shaped. It also allows for real time pushes of data using web sockets and subscriptions. In this talk, You will learn what GraphQL is and how the GraphQL query language works to how to shape data to suit your needs. You will also come to understand the different ways to manipulate data. Come learn how to reinvent the way you think about APIs with GraphQL

Jonathan Mills

Jonathan Mills

Technology Advisor

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