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Pure functions
Pure functions

One might have noticed that functional programmers are the biggest admirers of pure functions -functions with no side effects and believe me functional programming and pure functions have some desirable properties, that are much rather well said than proper implemented. un-fortunately this fascination with pure function, what it stands for and what we can do with it, is somewhere I feel the reason for why Functional Programming is a bit of disconnected from the industry. As we’ll soon realize that there is very less “purity” in most of the real-world application.


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Strict policies for better control

GraphQL Type System
GraphQL Type System
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Authentication or Authorization?

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A query language for your API

GraphQL
GraphQL

Not a long ago I wrote my first GraphQL service, I remember the first few days it was difficult for me to get my head wrapped around it, I had missing bracket, colons, unresolved types, and non-null errors all around the places. But once I understood what it stood for, what were the problems that it solves and how easy it makes to query data requirements of the client, Since then I couldn’t stop using it and I have been using it for almost all of my projects. …

Jay Gurav

Software Engineer, Front-end and Back-end developer, with interest in building scalable, highly efficient, resilient and user-friendly systems.

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