A look at the emerging GraphQL API technology and how it is being taken up by businesses and developers to decouple backend and frontend, speed up mobile development, and create more powerful data-driven applications.
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The GraphQL ecosystem is evolving rapidly, with new projects regularly being created on GitHub, and with new developer tooling products being released in the market.
3,023 repos have been created on GitHub (between July 2015 and 1 January 2017) that mention GraphQL in the title or description, with the final quarter of 2016 averaging 347 new repos each month.
Globally, GraphQL is beginning to see traction around the world, with notable visitor numbers to the GraphQL.org site in the U.S., China, Canada and the UK.
Checklist: Should I use GraphQL?
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5 current challenges
6 tips for migrating to GraphQL
Map of the GraphQL ecosystem
GraphQL’s ability to draw in data from a wide range of sources and make them available via a single endpoint is a data structure needed by non-profits, city governments, research, data science and other service providers who are trying to solve complex community and business challenges.
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