interface. • As a provider, you have lots of versioning and long term support headaches. • No built-in support for deprecation, documentation, etc. • Overall lack of ﬂexibility. New product requirements can be very disruptive. RESTful APIs
the QL part) for communicating between services. • It’s designed to be a common interface between clients and back-end services that allows the clients to query and mutate data according to their needs. • In GraphQL, you’d interact with the API through a single endpoint. What Is GraphQL?
Build in versioning and documentation. • Write operations available through mutations. • Advanced structures like subscriptions or workﬂows / chained operations. • Allows abstraction from backend services without sacriﬁcing query ﬂexibility. • Allows backend optimization through promise chains and object caching. GraphQL