GraphQL has been replacing REST as the preferred design pattern for APIs, and for good reason. You can request only what you need and consolidate multiple backend calls into a single HTTP request.
But there’s a catch. Setting up your GraphQL endpoint can be extremely time consuming and prone to human error.
If you've set up a GraphQL endpoint before, you've likely misspelled a Type definition only to get null responses from your queries and have no idea what went wrong.
But fear not, for giraffeql.io is here to help.