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Before we get too much farther into GraphQL, we need to establish some definitions of some key terms.
The GraphQL that you have typed into GraphiQL is called a GraphQL document.
In GraphiQL, from your standpoint, that document happens to be the contents of a text editor widget. In traditional programming environments, the document might:
What we typed in was not just a GraphQL document, but a GraphQL operation within that document.
An operation indicates a specific request that we want to make of a GraphQL server or other GraphQL processor. Operations come in two forms:
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