In our previous blog post titled “Pagination 101: why it matters and how to do it right in your API,” we explored the importance of pagination and its implementation in APIs. Today, we delve into the realm of GraphQL and its powerful capabilities for efficient data retrieval and manipulation through pagination. We have become quite passionate about GraphQL lately as we now support designing and publishing GraphQL APIs in v2 of Martini and rendering content from a GraphQL API in an application, dashboard, or report created with Bellini.
Building upon the foundational knowledge from our previous blog, we will now focus on how pagination is handled, specifically in GraphQL APIs. GraphQL, with its flexible query language and runtime, provides developers with a versatile toolset to streamline pagination and optimize data fetching.