GraphQL Overview: Build a to-Do List API with a React Front-End
Imagine you want to bake a cake by following a recipe. You’ll need a few ingredients, and a right quantity for each of them. What if you could get a box with all the ingredients your recipe requires, already measured and weighted to match your recipe? It surely would make baking much easier. This is what GraphQL is meant to do, if you imagine the front-end UI as a cake.
GraphQL allows us to define a query that provides a common interface between the client and the server for data fetching and manipulations. It deals with a query language that allows the client to describe the data it needs and its shape, which is designed to build client applications by providing an intuitive and flexible syntax.
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