GraphQL with Sangria by Oleg Ilyenko at Scala Toronto




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Published on Dec 4, 2015

GraphQL with Sangria (remote) - Oleg Ilyenko, commercetools GmbH

Facebook released the first draft of GraphQL specification this past July. GraphQL provides an alternative to the REST API with high emphasis on efficient data retrieval and introspection. It becomes even more powerful when combined with client-side frameworks like React and Relay, allowing you to build an application based on highly decoupled components without sacrificing performance or over-/under-fetching a data needed for the views. Web application development is not the only area where GraphQL can excel. Any area that requires very precise and performant data fetching/manipulation, like mobile application development, can profit from GraphQL. In this talk I would like to give an introduction to GraphQL (http://graphql.org) and Sangria (http://sangria-graphql.org) - a scala GraphQL implementation.

(Organizer note: Oleg is the author of Sangria and this wil be his first talk on the subject! He will present via Google Hangout live from Berlin. It will be recorded and we'll do our best to accommodate questions at the end.)



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