graphql-crunch - Reduces the size of GraphQL responses by consolidating duplicate values

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Optimizes JSON responses by minimizing duplication and improving compressibility. On Banter.fm, we see a 76% reduction in raw JSON size and a 30% reduction in gzip'd size. This leads to reduced transfer time and faster JSON parsing on mobile.

https://github.com/banterfm/graphql-crunch#readme

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