graphql-dotnet - GraphQL for .NET

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This is an implementation of Facebook's GraphQL in .NET. You can install the latest version via NuGet.

https://github.com/graphql-dotnet/graphql-dotnet

Dependencies:

axios : ^0.17.1
graphiql : ^0.11.11
graphql : ^0.13.2
react : ^16.2.0
react-dom : ^16.2.0

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