GraphQL, introduced by Facebook in 2015, is a powerful query language for APIs and a runtime for executing those queries with your existing data. When GraphQL is applied within GenAI on a Monolithic Application Framework, it can bring numerous benefits and a few challenges. It is particularly interesting to evaluate how GraphQL operates within a monolithic application — a software architecture where the user interface and data access code are combined into a single program from a single platform. 

The Interplay Between Monolithic Architecture and GraphQL

Monolithic applications are designed as a single, indivisible unit, where the components of the application (like the database, client-side user interface, and server-side application) are interconnected and interdependent. Each module is designed for a specific operation but is connected to the others, forming a single, coherent system. 

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