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Mar 2017
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Although many problems that people encounter with RESTful approaches to APIs can be attributed to the anemic REST antipattern, some use cases warrant exploration of other approaches. In particular, organizations that have to support a long tail of client applications (and thus a likely proliferation of API versions even if they employ consumer-driven contracts)—and have a large portion of their APIs supporting the endless-list style of activity feeds—may hit some limits in RESTful architectures. These can sometimes be mitigated by employing the client-directed query approach to client-server interaction. We see this approach being successfully used in both GraphQL and Falcor, where clients have more control over both the contents and the granularity of the data returned to them. This does put more responsibility onto the service layer and can still lead to tight coupling to the underlying data model, but the benefits may be worth exploring if well-modeled RESTful APIs aren't working for you.

Nov 2016
评估 ? 在了解它将对你的企业产生什么影响的前提下值得探索

Although many problems that people encounter with RESTful approaches to APIs can be attributed to the anemic REST antipattern, some use cases warrant exploration of other approaches. In particular, organizations that have to support a long tail of client applications (and thus a likely proliferation of API versions even if they employ consumer-driven contracts)—and have a large portion of their APIs supporting the endless-list style of activity feeds—may hit some limits in RESTful architectures. These can sometimes be mitigated by employing the client-directed query approach to client-server interaction. We see this approach being successfully used in both GraphQL and Falcor, where clients have more control over both the contents and the granularity of the data returned to them. This does put more responsibility onto the service layer and can still lead to tight coupling to the underlying data model, but the benefits may be worth exploring if well-modeled RESTful APIs aren’t working for you.

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