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REAL WORLD GRAPHENE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM BUILDING A GRAPHQL API ON TOP OF A DJANGO APP

Marcin Gębala
Lead Developer at Mirumee Software
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GraphQL Summit 2019
October 30 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States
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I’m a Python developer at Mirumee Software where I'm mostly responsible for leading the core development team of Saleor and maintaining its open-source community.

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Topic: IT

Adding a full-fledged GraphQL API on top of a Django app using Graphene can be daunting. I want to share a few techniques that bring consistency in the implementation and shape of API, solve common API design issues, and overcome some of the framework’s shortcomings.

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