The GraphQL services for blockchain are provided to simplify access to the data from the blockchain. It becomes possible to get this information thanks to GraphQL technology, that’s the most efficient solution to this problem. By applying GraphQL, we create a custom subgraph over the blockchain that requests the required data and presents it in the needed format. This approach simplifies getting information from the blockchain and makes it ten times faster. You can order GraphQL services for blockchain of any complexity at Dysnix.
At Dysnix, we have a precise flow for it. First, we collect the requirements, needs, and characteristics of your project to provide you with the correct subgraph that will solve the task you assign to us. Second, we set up and deploy the blockchain environment or dive into your one. Third, we launch the subgraph and check how it works according to the usage scenarios. After this stage, we can agree upon the support stage, where we care about the created solution and improve it from time to time at your request.
GraphQL is an almost irreplaceable technology for blockchain enthusiasts and projects powered by blockchain. Access to the data that the network contains was a problem most of the time, while the idea with subgraphs works organically with the whole structure and doesn’t request additional tools to apply. You can build any subgraphs and combine them as you want, and that’s the most significant advantage of GraphQL. The data will stay easily accessible and updated in a timely manner.
The main difference between GraphQL and the REST approaches is that one is a server-side blockchain, layer-like solution and the other is endpoint-based, accordingly. GraphQL is a fast, lightweight, query-based solution, so you can use understandable requests to get the answers in string format. While REST is a much more comprehensive tool that’s much slower in development, you can request any type of bulky data with it.