GraphQL changed the way an API queries the data resulting in speed of product development and ease of maintenance.
With GraphQL as the intermediary application layer, there is no dependency of front-end UI with the back-end. As enterprises are increasingly looking at securely managing their resources efficiently with the choice of front-end and databases that keep changing as per demanding market needs and trends, GraphQL has become an ideal choice.
Our experience of working on GraphQL has met with great success.
We made GraphQL as a default intermediary application layer for majority of the projects and recommend our clients about the advantages that GraphQL brings in terms of adaptability, ease of use and the high level of efficiency at all levels.
GraphQL worked quite well with React and Angular at the front-end and Laravel, MySQL and MongoDB at the backend and it’s a pretty seamless experience.
GraphQL community is fast growing with majority of the leading companies making their applications, tools and services compatible with GraphQL.
The advantage of using GraphQL along with existing APIs and the support for many databases will make it easy for developers to execute the complex tasks in a flexible way.
With Apollo being the biggest player in the GraphQL ecosystem and the host other players like Prisma and GraphCMS fast evolving, the GraphQL ecosystem is becoming stronger with each day.