GraphQL Hive - Manage Your GraphQL API Workflow
Today, we're happy to announce GraphQL Hive (opens in a new tab) - a registry of schemas to manage, safeguard and optimize your team's workflows when deploying GraphQL services. Hold your horses, we're not publicly launching it yet, it's only the start of a beta testing program we give out today. Sign up for early access!
GraphQL Hive is a registry of schemas with many additional features to enhance your day-to-day work with GraphQL.
We think of GraphQL Hive as a beehive where instead of honey, GraphQL Schemas are being managed and produced.
GraphQL Hive will be released in two forms: An open-source collaboration tool and a hosted and managed service. That is in order we can support any type of GraphQL workflow, including custom workflows and on-premise needs.
Also, just like the bees, we're continuously working hard (or hardly working) to ship new features.
GraphQL Hive supports regular GraphQL, Apollo Federation and Schema Stitching services. In a later release we also aim to support other types of schemas, like open-api, gRPC, SOAP and others that are not originally GraphQL thanks to the power of our GraphQL Mesh library (opens in a new tab). That is in order that you will be able to enjoy all the powerful features from GraphQL Hive, even if you don't use GraphQL.
Our roadmap includes monitoring, safe-listing of operations, breaking change detection, changelogs and many others. Our next task on the list is to support persisted queries for most GraphQL clients. Let us know what you wish to see in GraphQL Hive!
All of that to get a clear picture of how the GraphQL APIs are being developed and consumed.
If you're interested to try it out and give us feedback, please visit graphql-hive.com (opens in a new tab) and sign up for the early access program. The benefits are that you will get to work closely with us, while we review your use-cases and workflows and make sure GraphQL Hive supports you in the best way possible!
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