In cases where you have multiple environments and not only production, GraphQL Inspector App can help you keep track of them.
Everything works out of the box, you just need to define the environments and associated branches.
Using multiple environments means:
- targeted notifications
- custom configuration
- and a lot more in the near future
Migrate from One to Multiple Environments
A single environment setup looks like this:
schema: schema.graphql branch: master
Adding a new environment is fairly simple:
schema: schema.graphql env: production: branch: master preview: branch: develop
From now on, every Pull Request or Push to
develop is tagged as a
everything related to
master is named
Defining the same notifications' setup in each environment seems like a lot of work! Fortunately, GraphQL Inspector is capable of having a global configuration.
schema: schema.graphql notifications: slack: '<slack-webhook>' env: production: branch: master preview: branch: develop
All defined environments have now Schema Change Notifications enabled, with Slack as the only target.
In some cases, you may want to have a more advanced setup. GraphQL Inspector passes global settings to environment settings and merges them. In conflicts, the environment setting wins.
schema: schema.graphql diff: annotations: true notifications: webhook: '<webhook-url>' slack: '<global-slack-url>' env: production: branch: master notifications: slack: '<production-slack-url>' preview: branch: develop diff: annotations: false
In the example above, every environment has a webhook and Slack notifications enabled but in the case of the production environment, Slack has a different URL. The Preview environment uses the global Slack but has annotation disabled.