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Federation allows developers to bring their GraphQL graph in line with domain-driven development whiles still offering a single endpoint through which data-as-needed can be fetched. It offers significant advantages over schema-stitching but comes with the danger of vendor lock-in. The best way to move to Federation from a monolithic setup is by splitting the graph into subgraphs domain by domain.
November 03 2023
The journey of one engineer heading to SXSW Sydney 2023 to discover the latest in tech trends and innovation.
November 01 2023
Learn about the ways Data can be used in Leadership, How to shape a Tech Strategy and the Human side of Engineering from YOW! Tech Leaders Summit 2023.
October 20 2023
In part 2 of our blog series on GraphQL, we explore the concepts introduced in part 1 (GraphQL Part 1: Comparing Monolithic and Backend-for-Frontend (BFF) Architectures for Implementing GraphQL) with a case study.
October 18 2023
Evaluate your interactions with microservices or software components in distributed systems based on predefined agreements using contract testing.
October 02 2023
Common patterns of using GraphQL in a monolithic or backend-for-frontend architecture share similar advantages, such as the ease of setup, ownership of each service often residing with just one team, and scalability. However, as they scale to serve data from more and more endpoints, both architectures experience challenges. Predominantly, these come in the form of lacking maintenance of standards, increasing complexity of ownership, suffering upkeep of best practices with resulting potential security holes. Additionally, the services will require a high level of domain knowledge to effectively manage.
October 01 2023
Digio prides itself on being a learning organisation, striving to promote technology vitality and prepare our clients so they can evolve and be successful. Each year we run a series of Tech Radar workshops with a range of engineers across web, mobile, API, QA and platform domains. They provide insights and perspectives from their diverse consulting experiences and research.
August 31 2023
Explore insights from Web Directions AI 2023: discover how leading businesses are harnessing AI, GPT details and ethical considerations.
August 23 2023
Web languages, testing tools, component libraries, and frameworks are constantly evolving, and our radar helps us to stay on top of these and other trends, and allows us to bring value to our client’s business and their customers faster and more efficiently.
August 21 2023