In his talk, Eric explored some of the new client-server interaction models that address today’s pressures and used history to understand the tradeoffs made at the transition between the previous designs. Eric introduced major tools that are attempting to change the API landscape, including GraphQL and Falcor. Given GraphQL’s dominant position in this space, he examined some of its functionality, touched on some of its syntax, and present a live coding demo that showed off a GraphQL server from 0 to 1. Demonstrating a complete implementation in under 10 minutes gave the audience a strong sense of what’s possible, and what kind of complexity burden a tool like this would impose. Slides: https://www.dropbox.com/s/scw51pajb74qc74/The%20Evolution%20of%20API%20Design%20(VueConf).pdf?dl=0 VueConf 2017 was organized by Evan You and Monterail
ReactNYC - All about GRAND Stack: GraphQL, React, Apollo, and Neo4j - William Lyon (@lyonwj)
Developing and maintaining a Java GraphQL back-end - Bojan Tomic - Codemotion Amsterdam 2017
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