GraphQL Subscriptions: Why we use SSE/Fetch over Websockets

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    This Repository demonstrates how to combine 7 APIs (4 Apollo Federation SubGraphs, 1 REST, 1 standalone GraphQL, 1 Mock) into one unified GraphQL API which is then securely exposed as a JSON API to a NextJS Frontend.

    Thanks to our GraphQL Operation Compiler, we're in a unique position that allows us to only send the "Operation Name" as well as the "Variables" to the server. This approach makes our GraphQL API much more secure as it hides it behind a JSON-RPC API. You can check out an example here, and we're also open sourcing the solution soon.

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