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Cloud is omnipresent. The promise of not having to buy and maintain on-premises infrastructure is a potent one, especially for smaller businesses and entrepreneurs.
One of the common complaints with major cloud providers such as AWS, GCP, and Microsoft Azure is that they might be inexpensive to begin with, but as you scale your apps, the costs rise significantly. These cloud providers typically target enterprises who have deep pockets to absorb the rising costs, but this often becomes cost prohibitive for entrepreneurs and small businesses over time.
From Heroku’s Code[ish] podcast, Owen Ou and special guest Tanmai Gopal cover the costs and benefits of GraphQL.
GraphQL is a querying language with the aim of increasing the productivity of frontend and backend developers. It can make working with React easier, be used as an API for third-party clients, and allow for feature-rich applications to request precisely the data they need. Like any part of your stack, GraphQL isn’t a panacea. The language is still being developed, and has some limitations. Tanmai Gopal, the CEO of Hasura, guides us through the pros and cons of using GraphQL in your application.
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