We are pleased to announce that Helidon MP version 2.2.0 now supports the MicroProfile GraphQL specification from the Eclipse Foundation.
From the MicroProfile (MP) GraphQL spec page:
GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language for APIs, and a runtime for fulfilling queries with existing data. GraphQL interprets strings from the client, and returns data in an understandable, predictable, pre-defined manner. GraphQL is an alternative, though not necessarily a replacement for REST.
GraphQL provides three types of data operations: query, mutation and subscription. The schema is the core of GraphQL and clearly defines the operations supported by the API, including input arguments and possible responses.
An example of a schema is shown below. It defines a fictitious task API which we’ll go through in detail later in the article. Read the complete article here.
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