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GitHub provides a well-known API that accepts a lot of traffic.

GitHub’s API is considered an industry-standard we would do well to emulate:

GitHub’s GraphQL

See https://developer.github.com/early-access/graphql/

Use the https://developer.github.com/early-access/graphql/explorer/

Perform an introspection query. As the GraphQL schema matures, new data types appear.

Make a single call to retrieve (rather than many REST API calls).

Response is structured using the same JSON hierarchy as the call.

Changes can occur with less fuss than REST API.

PowerShellforGitHubGraphQL module

I couldn’t find a PSGallery module for referencing GitHub’s GraphQL, so I set out to create one when that’s what Karol Kaczmarek suggested I do.



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  2. Why Git? (file-based backups vs Git clone)
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  4. Git basics (script)
  5. Git whoops (correct mistakes)
  6. Git messages (in commits)

  7. Git command shortcuts
  8. Git custom commands

  9. Git-client based workflows

  10. Git HEAD (Commitish references)

  11. Git interactive merge (imerge)
  12. Git patch
  13. Git rebase

  14. Git utilities

  15. Git hooks
  16. GitHub data security
  17. TFS vs GitHub

  18. GitHub REST API
  19. GitHub GraphQL API
  20. GitHub PowerShell API Programming
  21. GitHub GraphQL PowerShell Module