How to build a GraphQL server with Swift and Vapor

GraphQL is a query language for APIs developed by Facebook but open sourced in 2015. It is an alternative to REST-based APIs because it allows clients to decide which data they need instead of the server upfront deciding which data is delivered on each endpoint. It is a modern way of querying data, for example, some big companies next to Facebook like GitHub or Shopify have seen the advantages and…

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