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GraphQL for All? A Few Things to Think about before Blindly Dumping REST for GraphQL



Arnaud Lauret discusses REST vs. GraphQL, comparing their strengths and weaknesses, suggesting evaluating both before making a decision.


Arnaud Lauret is an API handyman and an API architect at AXA Banque.

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Jul 01, 2017

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  • Summery with comments

    by anand walvekar,

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    Hi Arnaud Lauret
    This is a good compilation. Thank you very much for sharing you thoughts. You can include one more concern which consumer(Apollo clients) needs to address with custom encoding/decoding for custom scalar as discussed in

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