Craft GraphQL APIs in Elixir with Absinthe (Pragmatic)
Thursday, 04 October 2018

The authors of this book, Bruce Williams and Ben Wilson, are the creators of Absinthe, a GraphQL toolkit for the functional programming language Elixir. The book shows how to build your own flexible, high-performance APIs, and along the way demonstrates how Elixir makes all the difference for a high performance, fault-tolerant API. Find out how to offer a more tailored, cohesive experience to your users, aggregate data from different data sources, and improve your back end's maintainability with Absinthe's declarative approach to defining how your API works.

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Author: Bruce Williams and Ben Wilson
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: April 2018
Pages: 304
ISBN: 978-1680502558
Print: 1680502557
Kindle: B07CSMHPKY
Audience: Developers writing modern web APIs
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages  

 

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