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You have likely heard of GraphQL but may not be quite sure how and if it’s different from REST. Well, you’re in luck! Today, we are going to go through some essentials on how GraphQL is benefiting the developing community over REST. A Look at GraphQL Most people think that GraphQL a database technology, but […]