Zero-dependency, HTTP/1 safe, simple, GraphQL over Server-Sent Events Protocol server and client.
Caching GraphQL endpoints can be tricky. Let's take a look at the theory behind making it possible and learn how to do it with Envelop.
Human-readable types, improved infrastructure, a new plugin for TypeScript and more!
SwiftGraphQL lets you use all the power Swift gives you to query your data. It feels like magic.
Faster and more flexible Schema Stitching!
A new tool by The Guild: A powerful new way for creating fast, modern and secure GraphQL servers.
GraphQL Tools can help solving a variety of problems. Lean how it can be used for live queries.
How to get the most of React application types with GraphQL Code Generator
GraphQL subscriptions are used by many. Live Query adoption, however, has not advanced that much. Let's take a look at both methods for achieving real-time communication with GraphQL.
Announcing the beta testing program of GraphQL Hive - schema registry for any GraphQL workflow.
2021 is the year to give Schema Stitching a fresh look after its recent renovation
GraphQL Modules showed up on NPM almost 3 years ago but now we decided to rewrite it from scratch.
How To extend an existing endpoint with subscriptions to bring reactivity to your application
The Workflow when taking GraphQL from development to production
The GraphQL Stack - Part 3
The GraphQL Stack - Part 2
The GraphQL Stack - Part 1
Architecting for GraphQL and its ecosystem
Answering all the questions you may have about GraphQL and its ecosystem
All the new features GraphQL Codegen adds to your type-system with the new Apollo Client 3
graphql-let is a webpack loader of GraphQL code generator.
Working with GraphQL, TypeScript and SWR is now much simpler!
GraphQL Tools v7
Our plans to contribute to the GraphQL Foundation
GraphQL CLI - experience the modern way for developing full-stack GraphQL applications.
Consume your legacy webhooks and subscriptions from any data source as GraphQL Subscriptions with GraphQL Mesh
A new tool by The Guild, for making your GraphQL schema and GraphQL operations more standard and robust!
Coherent, zero-dependency, lazy, simple, server and client implementation of the new, security first, GraphQL over WebSocket Protocol.
Using GraphQL and Typescript on the client just became a whole lot easier!
Migrating to GraphQL from a REST API has never been easier. With tools like GraphQL Mesh you can do it automatically, without writing code and even if you don't have any schema for your existing REST API sources.
GraphQL Tools v6 with more tools, improved schema stitching and bug fixes
The GraphQL codegen library can generate code for multiple purposes. Make sure you get the most out of it.
Type-check your resolvers implementation in order to find issues in build-time. Simply integrate with your existing TypeScript data models and context types.
See what's new and shape the future of GraphQL Inspector together! It's entirely open-sourced!
Stay up to date with changes in your GraphQL Schema. Receive notifications on Slack, Discord or even via WebHooks.
Detect breaking changes and identify possible issues in GraphQL API with GraphQL Inspector
Use different variants of GraphQL schema. Live and running GraphQL API as the source of truth of a schema.
Intercept schema changes via HTTP and decide which changes are acceptable which are not and all of this through a serverless function.
We are excited to announce GraphQL Mesh
Your Swiss Army Knife for the GraphQL ecosystem. Production-ready GraphQL app in seconds
One configuration for all your tools
More Types, Data Integrity and Strict Validations on GraphQL
Optimizing your Apollo Operations with GraphQL Code Generator and the Relay Compiler
GraphQL Codegen adds a new Apollo-Android and a new Java Backend plugins!
After a few years of working with GraphQL, as open-source developers and as infrastructure team in large enterprises, we’ve learned some lessons about GraphQL, and how to authenticate and authorize GraphQL API.
The Guild is taking over maintenance of merge-graphql-schemas, so let’s talk about GraphQL Schema management
Manage Circular Imports Hell in GraphQL-Modules
Stencil-Apollo lets you easily use GraphQL in Web Components.
Use and generate React Hooks with Apollo and Typescript with the new version of GraphQL Code Generator
An open-source full-stack example app made with Angular 7.2, TypeScript, GraphQL Subscriptions, GraphQL Code Generator, GraphQL Modules, PostgreSQL and TypeORM.
Fully functional WhatsApp Clone using React (Hooks+Suspense), GraphQL, Apollo, TypeScript and PostgreSQL
Ending the REST vs GraphQL debate once and for all
Prevent breaking changes. Find broken operations. Get Schema Coverage. Check deprecated usage and type duplicates. All as part of your CI process
Why did we implement our own Dependency Injection library for GraphQL-Modules?
Understand how scoped providers work in GraphQL-Modules Dependency Injection
Why is True Modular Encapsulation So Important in Large-Scale GraphQL Projects? — GraphQL Modules is your savior!
Writing a GraphQL TypeScript project w/ GraphQL-Modules and GraphQL-Code-Generator
How To Implement Server-Side using AccountsJS, GraphQL-Modules and Apollo-Server
Feature based GraphQL Modules at scale
Check what's new in Apollo Angular and how to get the full potential benefits of using Angular + GraphQL + TypeScript combined thanks to GraphQL-Code-Generator
Generate React Apollo Query, Mutation and Subscription components and hook. All completely typed by TypeScript.
Generate React and Angular Apollo Components, Resolver signatures and much more!
The GraphQL codegen library can generate any code for any language — including type definitions, data models, query builder, resolvers, ORM code, complete full stack platforms!! and any specific code for your needs.
A GeoReferenced Multiplayer First Person Shooter Game
The True GraphQL-First platform
New name, AoT support, TypeScript improvements, and Angular 4 readiness
In this post, I’ll make the case for why Angular needs a best practice for communicating with the server, and why GraphQL should be that best practice.