GraphQL’s declarative nature with its robust type system makes it a great choice for APIs. It allows designing system of services with enough flexibility that it can evolve over time, without requiring developers to refactor their design every time there is a change like a new feature or requirements to support new types of requests from clients.
Slash GraphQL hosts a lot of Dgraph backends. Like seriously, a lot! Though we launched about 3 months ago, our biggest region (AWS us-west-2) already has something in the excess of 4000 backends launched.
Insomnia is one of the most popular API development tools that also support GraphQL. In this article, you’ll find out how you can use Insomnia to interact with a Slash GraphQL instance and perform GraphQL requests such as mutations, queries, etc.