realm-graphql - GraphQL client for Realm Object Server 2.x

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A set of helper methods and classes to make it easier to use the Apollo GraphQL client with the Realm Object Server.The Realm GraphQL client provides a few helper and convenience API to make it easier to consume the Realm Object Server GraphQL API with the Apollo Client.

https://realm.io
https://github.com/realm/realm-graphql

Dependencies:

urijs : ^1.19.0
apollo-link-context : ^1.0.2
apollo-link : ^1.0.5

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