Despite the “Graph” in the name, GraphQL is mostly used to query relational databases or object models. But it is really well suited to querying graph databases too.
In this talk, I’ll demonstrate how I implemented a GraphQL endpoint for the Neo4j graph database and how you would use it in your application.
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