rejoiner - Generates a unified GraphQL schema from gRPC microservices and other Protobuf sources

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These features are actively being developed.SchemaModule is a Guice module that is used to generate parts of a GraphQL schema. It finds methods and fields that have Rejoiner annotations when it's instantiated. It then looks at the parameters and return type of these methods in order to generate the appropriate GraphQL schema. Examples of queries, mutations, and schema modifications are presented below.

http://rejoiner.io
https://github.com/google/rejoiner

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