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The Apollo Data Graph Platform

Simplify app development by combining APIs, databases, and microservices into a single data graph that you can query with GraphQL

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What is Apollo?

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A better way to do APIs

REST APIs are not a good fit for modern apps because they require large amounts of hard-to-manage data fetching code. With Apollo, components simply declare their data requirements using GraphQL and Apollo gets the right data to the right place – with strong end-to-end typing that prevents bugs and boosts productivity.

All your data, managed in one place

Apollo presents all of your organization’s data sources as one connected data graph that’s always up to date. You can easily browse everything that’s available, join data across multiple sources, and get the results in the shape you need and on any platform.

Suited for a modern architecture

Apollo is a great fit with microservice architectures and modern UI frameworks like React. It serves as an abstraction layer that decouples services and apps so that each can be developed independently of the other, in any language and on any platform.

Build great experiences, faster

Adding a data graph layer to your stack lets your team build new features – and bring your app to new platforms – in a fraction of the time. App developers can delete thousands of lines of tedious boilerplate code, move fast without waiting on back-end teams, and more easily keep features consistent across web and mobile platforms.

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GraphQL is the new industry standard. With Apollo, you’ll be up and running with a GraphQL data graph in about an hour.
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"If our small platform team had to build all the tech we use from Apollo Platform, we'd have much less time to help onboard new teams, evangelize our design principles, or ultimately solve our customer problems."
Dan Boerner
Distinguised Product Manager @ Expedia Group

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