The Russian Lullaby: Five basic things I’ve learned using GraphQL in Drupal

Drupal CMS

You’ve probably heard of “decoupled Drupal” or “headless”, a way of working with Drupal that consists of separating the frontend from the backend, implementing communication between both parts as separate projects, distinct repositories, etc. Usually, this way of working necessarily involves “breaking the monolith” i.e. splitting into several parts of different technology, leaving Drupal only for the backend side of the project. In this context, you will use some kind of specification or API connection to make backend and frontend work well and …