Real Time GraphQL — Chat (Part 1 Server)

I always ask people…

Do you really need real-time?

This question really boils down to your data-access patterns in product. If most of your specifications are static lists or content, then having a simple request and response transport coupled with a caching client can serve most of your needs.

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