Basic Absinthe Graphql repo stats
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absinthe-graphql/absinthe is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Backend and frontend deployment: single service vs multiple services | 2021-03-21
    Thanks for the other suggestions also, I've never tried lodash but it looks interesting. The REST API stuff should be doable, it's just that I've never done this before. I've built small and simple APIs but never had to integrate them with a frontend. Elixir has a Absinthe to deal with GraphQL, but I don't think I need it right now, so REST is easier.
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    Actually, dynamic Enum values support was added to absinthe v1.6.0 (, released 2 months ago) and list support was fixed in v1.6.2 (, released almost a month ago). It looks like you don't need to add such workarounds since then.