graphql-resolvers-xray-tracing - A GraphQL middleware to enable X-Ray tracing subsegments for GraphQL resolvers

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A GraphQL middleware to enable X-Ray tracing subsegments for GraphQL resolvers

https://github.com/lifeomic/graphql-resolvers-xray-tracing#readme

Dependencies:

aws-xray-sdk-core : ^1.3.0 || ^2.0.0
graphql-middleware : ^1.5.0
is-promise : ^2.1.0

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