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apollo-client - :rocket: A fully-featured, production ready caching GraphQL client for every server or UI framework

  •    TypeScript

Apollo Client is a fully-featured caching GraphQL client with integrations for React, Angular, and more. It allows you to easily build UI components that fetch data via GraphQL. To get the most value out of apollo-client, you should use it with one of its view layer integrations.To get started with the React integration, go to our React Apollo documentation website.

apollo-ios - 📱 A strongly-typed, caching GraphQL client for iOS, written in Swift

  •    Swift

Apollo iOS is a strongly-typed, caching GraphQL client for iOS, written in Swift.It allows you to execute queries and mutations against a GraphQL server, and returns results as query-specific Swift types. This means you don’t have to deal with parsing JSON, or passing around dictionaries and making clients cast values to the right type manually. You also don't have to write model types yourself, because these are generated from the GraphQL definitions your UI uses.

graphql-request - 📡 Minimal GraphQL client supporting Node and browsers for scripts or simple apps

  •    TypeScript

Send a GraphQL query with a single line of code. ▶️ Try it out. graphql-request is the most minimal and simplest to use GraphQL client. It's perfect for small scripts or simple apps.

urql - Universal React Query Library

  •    TypeScript

urql is a GraphQL client, exposed as a set of ReactJS components. In my experience, existing solutions have been a bit heavy on the API side of things, and I see people getting discouraged or turned away from the magic that is GraphQL. This library aims to make GraphQL on the client side as simple as possible.




apollo-angular - A fully-featured, production ready caching GraphQL client for Angular and every GraphQL server 🎁

  •    TypeScript

Apollo Angular allows you to fetch data from your GraphQL server and use it in building complex and reactive UIs using the Angular framework. Apollo Angular may be used in any context that Angular may be used. In the browser, in NativeScript, or in Node.js when you want to do server-side rendering. Apollo Angular requires no complex build setup to get up and running. As long as you have a GraphQL server you can get started building out your application with Angular immediately. Apollo Angular works out of the box with both Angular CLI (ng add apollo-angular) and NativeScript with a single install.

graphql-request - Minimal GraphQL client supporting Node and browsers for scripts or simple apps

  •    TypeScript

Send a GraphQL query with a single line of code. ▶️ Try it out. You are free to try using other versions of Node (e.g. 13.x) with graphql-request but at your own risk.


apollo-android - :pager: A strongly-typed, caching GraphQL client for Android, written in Java

  •    Java

Apollo-Android is a GraphQL compliant client that generates Java models from standard GraphQL queries. These models give you a typesafe API to work with GraphQL servers. Apollo will help you keep your GraphQL query statements together, organized, and easy to access from Java. Change a query and recompile your project - Apollo code gen will rebuild your data model. Code generation also allows Apollo to read and unmarshal responses from the network without the need of any reflection (see example generated code below). Future versions of Apollo-Android will also work with AutoValue and other value object generators.

Altair - The only GraphQL client editor you will need - Postman for GraphQL

  •    Typescript

Altair is a beautiful feature-rich GraphQL Client IDE for all platforms. It enables you interact with any GraphQL server you are authorized to access from any platform you are on. Much like Postman for GraphQL, you can easily test and optimize your GraphQL implementations.

example-storefront - Example Storefront is Reaction Commerce’s headless ecommerce storefront - Next

  •    Javascript

Reaction Commerce is an API-first, headless commerce platform built using Node.js, React, and GraphQL. It plays nicely with npm, Docker and Kubernetes. This Example Storefront is to serve as a reference on how to implement a web based storefront using the Reaction Commerce GraphQL API. You can fork this project as a jumping off point or create your own custom experience using your prefered client-side technology. While we believe our example storefront is full featured enough to use in production, it may be missing features your shop requires at this time.

graphql-client - A Ruby library for declaring, composing and executing GraphQL queries

  •    Ruby

GraphQL Client is a Ruby library for declaring, composing and executing GraphQL queries.Sample configuration for a GraphQL Client to query from the SWAPI GraphQL Wrapper.

graphql-request - 📡 Minimal GraphQL client supporting Node and browsers for scripts or simple apps

  •    TypeScript

Send a GraphQL query with a single line of code. ▶️ Try it out.graphql-request is the most minimal and simplest to use GraphQL client. It's perfect for small scripts or simple apps.

graphql.js - A Simple and Isomorphic GraphQL Client for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

GraphQL is based on a very simple HTTP transaction, which sends a request to an endpoint with query and variables.Many libraries require complex stacks to make that simple request. In any project you don't use React, Relay, you'll need a simpler client which manages your query and makes a simple request.

apollo-angular - Angular integration for the Apollo Client

  •    TypeScript

Use your GraphQL server data in your Angular app, with the Apollo Client.Read the Apollo Contributor Guidelines.

apollo-fetch - :dog: Lightweight GraphQL client that supports middleware and afterware

  •    TypeScript

apollo-fetch is a lightweight client for GraphQL requests that supports middleware and afterware that modify requests and responses.By default apollo-fetch uses isomorphic-fetch, but you have the option of using a custom fetch function.

apollo-link - :link: Interface for fetching and modifying control flow of GraphQL requests

  •    TypeScript

To use apollo-link in a web browser or mobile app, you'll need a build system capable of loading NPM packages on the client. Some common choices include Browserify, Webpack, and Meteor +1.3.Apollo Link uses Lerna to manage multiple packages. To get started contributing, run npm run bootstrap which will install all dependencies and link together the projects.

elm-graphql - A GraphQL library for Elm

  •    Elm

A GraphQL library for Elm, written entirely in Elm. The goal of this package is to provide a really good interface for working directly with GraphQL queries and schemas in Elm. Right now the main offering of the package is an interface for building up nested queries and mutations in a way that also builds up a decoder capable of decoding successful responses to the request. The package also provides a module for sending these requests to a GraphQL server over HTTP and decoding the responses accordingly.






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