As web development evolves, developers are constantly seeking the best tools and technologies to build efficient and scalable applications. Two popular approaches for building APIs are GraphQL and REST API. Each has its own set of features, advantages, and trade-offs. In this blog post, we’ll compare GraphQL and REST API… Continue Reading A Simple Comparison: GraphQL vs. REST API

Introduction:     In this GraphQL guide, we’ll explore how to upload a file using GraphQL in a TypeScript, MongoDB, and Node.js environment. We’ll set up the schema and resolver to handle file uploads and store the data in a MongoDB database. Step 1 : Define the schema for uploading a… Continue Reading GraphOL use to Upload A file

What is GraphQL?       GraphQL is a query language for APIs. It was developed by Facebook as a solution to fetch data more efficiently. Why GraphQL:     The Problems with REST In REST APIs, each endpoint will return a specific payload of JSON data. Even if we only need certain fields, it… Continue Reading GraphQL Basics

Introduction The acronym CRUD is commonly used in software development to describe the four basic functions of a database: Create, Read, Update, and Delete. These operations are fundamental to many applications. The CRUD apps consist of creating new data (Create operation), reading existing data (Read operation), updating an existing record… Continue Reading CRUD Operation