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Why Bustle Switched Their API to GraphQL

Facebook’s baby GraphQL is the hot new thing in APIs promising to topple REST from its perch. But how does a newbie go about using it and what for? And why might you not want to use it? David Iffland over at InfoQ sat down with Steve Faulkner, director of engineering at Bustle, to talk about how they adopted GraphQL and why.
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