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graphql-relay-js - A library to help construct a graphql-js server supporting react-relay.

  •    Javascript

This is a library to allow the easy creation of Relay-compliant servers using the GraphQL.js reference implementation of a GraphQL server.A basic understanding of GraphQL and of the GraphQL.js implementation is needed to provide context for this library.

react-firebase-starter - Boilerplate (seed) project for creating web apps with React

  •    Javascript

React Firebase Starter (RFS) is a popular project template (aka boilerplate) for creating single-page applications with React, Firebase and GraphQL.This project was bootstraped with React Firebase Starter by Kriasoft (get support on Telegram).

WordExpress - WordPress using Node, React, GraphQL, and Apollo

  •    Javascript

UPDATE This project has been moved into several separate repositories. Second, you'll need to take a look at a starter kit. I have created a kit for Vue and for React. Fair warning, I've spent much more time developing the Vue starter kit than the React one. The starter kits provide you with everything you'll need to get up and running on the front end.

adrenaline - Simple Relay alternative

  •    Javascript

This library provides a subset of Relay's behaviour with a cleaner API. Relay is a great framework with exciting ideas behind it. The downside is that in order to get all the cool features, you need to deal with a complex API. Relay provides you a lot of tricky optimizations which probably are more suitable for huge projects. In small, medium and even large ones you would prefer to have better developer experience while working with a simple, minimalistic set of APIs.




react-router-relay - Relay integration for React Router

  •    Javascript

Relay integration for React Router. This library only supports Relay Classic. For Relay Modern support, see Found Relay.

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.

graphql-up - Get a ready-to-use GraphQL API for your schema

  •    Javascript

graphql-up is the fastest way to get a free & ready to use GraphQL API. It works out of the box with Apollo & Relay and supports GraphQL subscriptions. You only need to provide the schema, graphql-up will create a GraphQL API for you. The actual magic happens on the servers sponsored by Graphcool.

graphql-crunch - Reduces the size of GraphQL responses by consolidating duplicate values

  •    Javascript

Optimizes JSON responses by minimizing duplication and improving compressibility. On Banter.fm, we see a 76% reduction in raw JSON size and a 30% reduction in gzip'd size. This leads to reduced transfer time and faster JSON parsing on mobile.


graffiti-mongoose - ⚠️ DEVELOPMENT DISCONTINUED - Mongoose (MongoDB) adapter for graffiti (Node

  •    Javascript

Mongoose (MongoDB) adapter for GraphQL. graffiti-mongoose generates GraphQL types and schemas from your existing mongoose models, that's how simple it is. The generated schema is compatible with Relay.

js-graphql-intellij-plugin - GraphQL language support for IntelliJ IDEA and WebStorm, including Relay

  •    Java

GraphQL language support including Relay.QL tagged templates in JavaScript and TypeScript. It depends on js-graphql-language-service that it manages using a Node.js process handler.

graphql-up - Get a ready-to-use GraphQL API for your schema

  •    Javascript

graphql-up is the fastest way to get a free & ready to use GraphQL API. It works out of the box with Apollo & Relay and supports GraphQL subscriptions.You only need to provide the schema, graphql-up will create a GraphQL API for you. The actual magic happens on the servers sponsored by Graphcool.

jseg - A super simple, in-memory, JS graph database.

  •    Javascript

A in-memory graph database for JavaScript data. This is version 2 with lots of new/improved stuff and is deployed in at least one real product. I'm not personally working on that product anymore, but this version has been pretty stable and useful there, so I don't expect much if any churn. I'm unlikely to consider major feature requests, but bug fixes are still welcome.

isomorphic-relay - Adds server side rendering support to React Relay

  •    Javascript

Enables server-side rendering of React Relay containers. If you use react-router-relay you might also become interested in isomorphic-relay-router.

fraql - GraphQL fragments made simple ⚡️

  •    Javascript

Putting data next to your component is a good practice. It is built-in Relay and Lee Byron explains the advantages into his talk about the IDEA architecture. I tried to do it by myself, but relying on fragment names is not an easy task. FraQL solves this issue by bringing isolation, fragments do not rely on their names.

react-relay-network-layer - ReactRelayNetworkLayer with middlewares and query batching for Relay Classic

  •    Javascript

The ReactRelayNetworkLayer is a Relay Network Layer with various middlewares which can manipulate requests/responses on the fly (change auth headers, request url or perform some fallback if request fails), batch several relay request by timeout into one http request. ReactRelayNetworkLayer can be used in browser, react-native or node server for rendering. Under the hood this module uses global fetch method. So if your client is too old, please import explicitly proper polyfill to your code (eg. whatwg-fetch, node-fetch or fetch-everywhere).

azure-relay-node - ☁️Node.js library for Azure Relay Hybrid Connections

  •    Javascript

This repository contains Node packages and samples for the Hybrid Connections feature of the Microsoft Azure Relay, a capability pillar of the Azure Service Bus platform.Hybrid Connections is a secure, open-protocol evolution of the existing Service Bus Relay service that has been available in Azure since the beginning and handles millions of connections daily.

simple-relay-starter - A very simple starter for React Relay using Browserify

  •    Javascript

A simple example of how to get started with Relay using some slightly different approaches to relay-starter-kit that may make it easier to navigate for first-time users, especially Node.js users.Unlike relay-starter-kit, this project uses Browserify instead of Webpack, does not use a proxy for the GraphQL endpoint and does not require ES6 features for any server-side code, so it can be run directly with node – resulting in less boilerplate and making it easier to understand the code.

babel-plugin-react-relay - Babel plugin for Relay Classic which works out of the box with your GraphQL endpoint

  •    Javascript

DEPRECATED: Given the new relay-compiler setup (for Relay Modern) this babel plugin is no longer necessary.This package uses babel-relay-plugin internally but makes usage more convenient and extends its functionality. For example you no longer need to have a build/babelRelayPlugin.js script.