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graphql-yoga - 🧘 Fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience

  •    TypeScript

To get started with graphql-yoga, follow the instructions in the READMEs of the examples. Once your GraphQLServer is instantiated, you can call the start method on it. It takes two arguments: options, the options object defined above, and callback, a function that's invoked right before the server is started. As an example, the callback can be used to print information that the server has started.

graphql-yoga - 🧘 Fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience

  •    TypeScript

To get started with graphql-yoga, follow the instructions in the READMEs of the examples. Once your GraphQLServer is instantiated, you can call the start method on it. It takes two arguments: options, the options object defined above, and callback, a function that's invoked right before the server is started. As an example, the callback can be used to print information that the server has started.

graphql-yoga - 🧘 Fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience

  •    TypeScript

To get started with graphql-yoga, follow the instructions in the READMEs of the examples.(**) Notice that the req argument is an object of the shape { request, connection } which either carries a request: Request property (in case it's a Query/Mutation resolver) or a connection: SubscriptionOptions property (in case it's a Subscription resolver). Request is imported from Express.js. SubscriptionOptions is from the graphql-subscriptions package.

fullstack-apollo-react-express-boilerplate-project - 💥A sophisticated Apollo in React and Express boilerplate project

  •    Javascript

A full-fledged Apollo Server 2 with Apollo Client 2 starter project with React, Express and PostgreSQL. Since this boilerplate project is using PostgreSQL, you have to install it for your machine and get a database up and running. You find everything for the set up over here: Setup PostgreSQL with Sequelize in Express Tutorial. After you have created a database and a database user, you can fill out the environment variables in the server/.env file.




apollo-resolvers - Expressive and composable resolvers for Apollostack's GraphQL server

  •    Javascript

When standing up a GraphQL backend, one of the first design decisions you will undoubtedly need to make is how you will handle authentication, authorization, and errors. GraphQL resolvers present an entirely new paradigm that existing patterns for RESTful APIs fail to adequately address. Many developers end up writing duplicitous authorization checks in a vast majority of their resolver functions, as well as error handling logic to shield the client from encountering exposed internal errors. The goal of apollo-resolvers is to simplify the developer experience in working with GraphQL by abstracting away many of these decisions into a nice, expressive design pattern. apollo-resolvers provides a pattern for creating resolvers that work, essentially, like reactive middleware. By creating a chain of resolvers to satisfy individual parts of the overall problem, you are able to compose elegant streams that take a GraphQL request and bind it to a model method or some other form of business logic with authorization checks and error handling baked right in.

graphql-resolver-cache - Caching for Graphql Resolvers

  •    Javascript

Easy wrapper around resolvers to cache results based on root elements and Graphql query arguments. Works best with Apollo Graphql.


fakerql - Hosted faker GraphQL endpoint for frontend developers

  •    TypeScript

You can head over to GraphiQL to send some example queries and mutations. You can request the logged in user provided you pass a valid Authorization header with a signed JWT. This can be done using the register/login mutations.

graphql-server-example - An example repository for the Apollo Server "Getting Started" guide.

  •    Javascript

A simple, straight forward guide to building a GraphQL server with Apollo Server. This repository is the example application for the Getting Started guide in the Apollo Server documentation.

webpack-graphql-typescript - An awesome webpack graphql typescript starter kit

  •    TypeScript

Webpack typescript Graphql server start kit inspired greatly by DxCx/webpack-graphql-server that grew out of a need for a project I am working on. Typescript requires types for external dependency. When you install a new run time dependency endevour to install types for it.

webpack-graphql-server - Starter kit for apollo server using webpack and typescript

  •    TypeScript

The person type was added to demonstrate a database like access, parametrized queries, resolvers and drill down. The data is currently hard coded but simulates a storage. Each person has an id, name and sex. It also has a dynamic field called matches. For demonstration purposes, this field will retrieve all members of the other sex by using a resolver. It will return a nested, alternating male/femal results.

graphql-apq - :dart: Automatic persisted queries (APQ) for any GraphQL server.

  •    Javascript

Automatic persisted queries made easy. This library consists of a server-side implementation of the persisted queries protocol as presented by the Apollo Engine team.

graphcool-gateway-apollo-engine-demo - This demo demonstrates using Apollo Engine with the Graphcool API Gateway pattern

  •    TypeScript

This demo demonstrates using Apollo Engine with the Graphcool API Gateway pattern. It contains a simple example with one endpoint, and an advanced example that stitches together two endpoints. It also contains an example that takes advantage of the new Apollo Cache Control.

ApolloSimpleStarter - :star2: Bare Minimum implementation of Apollo Server & Client with MERN

  •    Javascript

Barebone Implementation of Apollo Server & Client. Very easy to deploy with now, by running the command now -e MONGO_URI=mongodb://INSERT_MONGO_URI_HERE. On heroku, run git push heroku master. Don't forget to add MONGO_DB to your heroku server.





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