GraphQL in Action (Manning)
Wednesday, 07 April 2021

Practical and example-driven, this book gives the tools to get comfortable with the GraphQL language, build and optimize a data API service, and use it in a front-end client application. Samer Buna shows how to create a complete GraphQL server, and easy ways to incorporate GraphQL into an existing codebase to offer simple, efficient, and scalable data APIs.

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Author: Samer Buna
Publisher: Manning
Date: of print publication
Pages: 384
ISBN: 978-1617295683
Print: 161729568X
Audience: Developers interested in GraphQL
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages 

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The book covers everything needed to get started with GraphQL--from design principles and syntax right through to performance optimization. When you're done, you'll have all the skills you need to get started writing and using scalable data APIs with GraphQL.

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