GraphQL Yoga NestJS integration now supports NestJS v9 and Yoga v3
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@graphql-yoga/nestjs (opens in a new tab),
the NestJS GraphQL Yoga driver, added support for NestJS v9.
That also includes updating GraphQL Yoga to the latest v3 release with all its new features!
Just recently, NestJS, a framework for building efficient, scalable Node.js server-side applications, has released a new version v9. Fixes and improvements are encompasing the complete framework, be sure to do an update!
Read more about the new release on the "NestJS v9 is now available!" announcement (opens in a new tab).
Even with the added v9 support, v8 will still be supported. You do not have to make any adjustments to your code.
We recommend you consult the great
Migration guide from NestJS (opens in a new tab) for migrating NestJS itself
and simply doing an update to
@graphql-yoga/nestjs (opens in a new tab).
We love supporting our NestJS users and the NestJS community as a whole. We see more and more NestJS developers migrating to Yoga, the best and most feature rich GraphQL server out there.
Please try it out, share with us your feedback and let us know how we can make NestJS developers lives better!
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