GraphQL and Android
GraphQL is a rapidly-ascending alternative to REST for implementing Web services. Developed by Facebook, GraphQL is popular in Web development. And, where Web service development goes, mobile app development — including Android — inevitably follows.
This book helps you understand what GraphQL is and how to communicate with a GraphQL server, both in terms of GraphQL specifications and syntax and in terms of Android code for reaching those servers.
This book is published in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI/Kindle formats, for use in your favorite digital book reader.
Note that the sample GraphQL server used in various book examples has been shut down, due to the age of this book and that server.
- FINAL Version
- 262 pages
- Source code
The Table of Contents
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- GraphQL in Five Minutes
- The Role of GraphQL
- Top-Level GraphQL Terms
- GraphQL Test Environments
- Basic Dynamic GraphQL in Android
- Basic Static GraphQL in Android
- Objects, Fields, and Types
- Arguments and Variables
- Interfaces, Unions, and Inline Fragments
- Miscellaneous GraphQL Syntax
- Authentication and the Viewer Pattern
- Queries and Paging
- Securing GraphQL
- Testing GraphQL
- Advanced Apollo-Android