GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - VIII: 1-Many Entity Relations)

You can configure entity relationship following entity framework conventions. Entity framework will auto-create a one-to-many relationship between entities if one of the entity contains a collection property of the second entity. This property is known as a navigation property.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - VI: Queries & Mutations)

We've come to the point, where you should have a good understanding of GraphQL Queries already. Few things you should keep in mind though, A query should never change the value of a field. In other words, it should always fetch and never modify. Queries are executed in parallel.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - IV: GraphiQL IDE)

GraphiQL (pronounced graphical) is an in-browser IDE for exploring GraphQL. I think it's a must-have tool for any server running behind GraphQL. With GraphiQL in place, you can easily give yourself or your team an in-depth insight into your API.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - III: Dependency Injection)

ASP.Net Core has a built-in dependency injection container. It's simple and can serve our purpose very well. Not only it can be configured to serve implementations to abstractions but it also can control the lifetime of the created instances.

GraphQL with .NET Core (Part - II: Middleware)

Tired of REST? Let's talk about GraphQL. GraphQL provides a declarative way in which you can fetch data from the server. To work with C#, the community has provided an open-source port for GraphQL called graphql-dotnet.

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