Whether you're creating an app on Pitchly for your own organization, other organizations, or you're wanting to work with your own organization's data programmatically using Pitchly's Client API, you will be using the same GraphQL endpoints to work with data.
Keep in mind that you can make calls to Pitchly's GraphQL API over REST if you choose, as GraphQL is only a specification, not a library. While tools like Apollo offer tooling to help developers make sophisticated web apps using GraphQL, no libraries or frameworks are required to work with Pitchly's GraphQL API. The only requirement is the ability to make HTTP requests using POST.
For your convenience, we've translated each GraphQL API call example into its REST counterpart so you can choose which technology you would like to use with Pitchly.