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Prisma: GraphQL Infrastructure with Soren Bramer Schmidt

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Prisma: GraphQL Infrastructure with Soren Bramer Schmidt

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GraphQL allows developers to communicate with all of their different data backends through a consistent query interface. A GraphQL query can be translated into queries to MySQL, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, or whatever kind of API or backend is needed to fulfill the GraphQL query. GraphQL users need to set up a GraphQL server to fulfill this The post Prisma: GraphQL Infrastructure with Soren Bramer Schmidt appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

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