GraphQL is everywhere these days. From Facebook’s original usage of it to some more funky usages like databases, GraphQL is loved by so many developers that we are starting to use it in areas nobody would’ve thought of initially.

Every technology has its use cases for which it is ideal, for which it can work, for which it plain sucks, and everything in between. As developers, we want to pick the right tool for the job, which means understanding our use case and think about what tech might work best for it. This includes the features of the technology itself, but also how familiar we are…