"The basic premise of both GraphQL and Falcor is that the server exposes a comprehensive data schema to the client, and the client decides exactly what it needs. Unlike with discrete REST endpoints, all the data for any given UI (page) can be sent in one trip to the client.
Ultimately, GraphQL is the more flexible and complete solution of the two, while Falcor provides
out-of-the-box simplicity and is GraphQL-like."
GraphQL vs REST: Overview | Phil Sturgeon
Is GraphQL The End of REST Style APIs? | Nordic APIs |
GitHub GraphQL API is Out of Early Access @ InfoQ
"Announced at GitHub Universe last year, GitHub GraphQL API aims to add more flexibility to GitHub API. The main advantage of GraphQL is its ability to define exactly what data are required, which makes it possible to replace multiple REST request with a single call. Additionally, GraphQL schemas are strongly typed and introspective."
Introducing GitHub Marketplace and more tools to customize your workflow @ GitHub
GitHub API | GitHub Developer Guide @ GitHub
GraphQL spec, by Facebook, @GitHub
GraphQL - Wikipedia
GraphQL | A query language for your API
Code | GraphQL
From REST to GraphQL (Marc-Andre Giroux) - Full Stack Fest 2016 - YouTube
Zero to GraphQL in 30 Minutes – Steven Luscher - YouTube
Apollo GraphQL - YouTube