Whether you’re new to GraphQL or already a seasoned user, taking a look at how to learn a new technology is always a fascinating subject. Charly Poly takes us on a journey about common misconceptions around getting started with GraphQL.
So, you’re wondering how caching a GraphQL API works, how it is different from caching a REST endpoint, and what to look out for when implementing caching? GraphCDN has you covered with a great introduction to this topic.
Are you using C# and want to get started with GraphQL? Wait no longer, but let Tim's article guide you from start to a fully working GraphQL server based on Hot Chocolate. It's a great way to dive into this subject.
Tools & Open Source
Neo4j just released version 3 of their GraphQL library, including better support for relationships, query limit controls, and many performance improvements and other updates. Support for the Cursor Connections Spec and GraphQL subscriptions are coming soon as well.
Take a look at the processes used by Netflix to maintain and scale their GraphQL API using Federation. Follow Jennifer Shin and Stephen Spalding as they present their learnings at QCon plus 2020.