Data API builder for Azure Databases provides modern REST and GraphQL endpoints to your Azure Databases. With data API builder, database objects can be exposed via REST or GraphQL endpoints so that your data can be accessed using modern techniques on any platform, any language, and any device. With an integrated and flexible policy engine, native support for common behavior like pagination, filtering, projection and sorting, the creation of CRUD backend services can be done in minutes instead of hours or days, giving developers an efficiency boost like never seen before.
ith over 13 years of experience in the ICT industry, Sajeetharan Sinnathurai is a Cloud Solution Architect, an enthusiast in Cloud and Web Development. He currently works at Microsoft as a Program Manager in the Azure Cosmos DB TEAM. His skill in Web Application Architecture, Cloud and more has seen him become a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies, Google developer expert in Web technology. Sajeetharan is also the top contributor on stack Overflow in Sri Lanka and he ranks among the top 10 contributors in the world on Angular, Cosmos DB, etc. He is also a reviewer on https://www.packtpub.com/ .He now focuses on channeling his knowledge into open source projects and sharing it with the community by mentoring,creating POCS,running workshops,writing blogs to help make the world a better and more developed place.
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