Product Updates

The most recent developments from GraphQL Hive.

  1. Introducing Member Roles

    Assign roles to members of your organization or create custom roles that fit your team perfectly

  2. Install a specific version of CLI

    Users who do not use NPM can now select and install the precise version of CLI that suits their requirements.

  3. Breaking change approval improvements

    Approved breaking changes are now remembered in the context of a pull request/branch.

  4. Persist query and variables state for the laboratory GraphiQL playground

    Query and variables state is now saved in the browser for the laboratory GraphiQL playground.

  5. New schema checks filters and a GitHub commit link

    Select to view only failed schema checks or only schema checks with changes. Click on the GitHub commit link to see the corresponding code changes.

  6. Native Apollo Federation v2 support in Hive!

    Gain early access and eliminate the need for you to manage your own schema composition server.

  7. Introducing Unused GraphQL Schema view

    Detect unused GraphQL schema elements to safely remove them.

  8. Link GitHub action repository to schema check

    A schema check within a project can now be linked to any GitHub action repository.

  9. Introducing GraphQL API consumer Insights page

    Insights into individual GraphQL consumers and their versions.

  10. Introducing Schema Coordinate Insights page

    Insights into individual GraphQL types and fields.

  11. Github check-run includes now project's name

    A subtle but important change for Github users. In newly created projects, a check-runs name includes the name of the project.

  12. All GraphQL clients and versions in Insights page

    TreeMap showcasing various GraphQL clients along with their versions and traffic data

  13. GraphQL Operation Insights page is here

    Insights into individual GraphQL operations.

  14. Top 5 operations in Explorer

    In the Laboratory, you can now run a query against an actual endpoint

  15. Query actual GraphQL endpoint from Laboratory

    In the Laboratory, you can now run a query against an actual endpoint