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react-apollo - :recycle: React higher-order component for Apollo Client

  •    TypeScript

React Apollo allows you to fetch data from your GraphQL server and use it in building complex and reactive UIs using the React framework. React Apollo may be used in any context that React may be used. In the browser, in React Native, or in Node.js when you want to server side render.React Apollo unlike many other tools in the React ecosystem 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 React immediately. React Apollo works out of the box with both create-react-app and React Native with a single install and with no extra hassle configuring Babel or other JavaScript tools.

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.

relay-fullstack - :point_up::running: Modern Relay Starter Kit - Integrated with Relay, GraphQL, Express, ES6/ES7, JSX, Webpack, Babel, Material Design Lite, and PostCSS

  •    Javascript

Relay Fullstack is a Relay scaffolding application that aims to help you get up and running a project without worrying about integrating tools. It comes with many modern technologies; Relay, GraphQL, Express, ES6/ES7, JSX, Webpack, Babel, Material Design Lite, and PostCSS. Relay Fullstack is also using Hot-reload to real time update the screen whenever any code changes. Check out the Live demo on Heroku.




react-transmit - Relay-inspired library based on Promises instead of GraphQL.

  •    Javascript

Relay-inspired library based on Promises instead of GraphQL. Let's start one together! After you ★Star this project, follow me @Rygu on Twitter.

graphql-anywhere - :icecream: Run a GraphQL query anywhere, against any data, with no schema.

  •    TypeScript

Run a GraphQL query anywhere, without a GraphQL server or a schema. Just pass in one resolver. Use it together with graphql-tag.I think there are a lot of potentially exciting use cases for a completely standalone and schema-less GraphQL execution engine. We use it in Apollo Client to read data from a Redux store with GraphQL.

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.

language-babel - ES2017, flow, React JSX and GraphQL grammar and transpilation for ATOM

  •    CoffeeScript

Language grammar for all versions of JavaScript including ES2016 and ESNext, JSX syntax as used by Facebook React, Atom's etch and others, as well as optional typed JavaScript using Facebook flow. This package also supports highlighting of GraphQL language constructs when inside certain JavaScript template strings. For .graphql and .gql file support please see language-graphql . The colour of syntax is determined by the theme in use. By default the language-babel package will detect file types .js,.babel,.jsx, .es, .es6, .mjs and .flow. Use the standard ATOM interface to enable it for other file types. This provides a grammar that scopes the file in order to colour the text in a meaningful way. If other JavaScript grammars are enabled these may take precedence over language-babel. Look at the bottom right status bar indicator to determine the language grammar of a file being edited. language-babel will be shown as either Babel or Babel ES6 JavaScript. Clicking the name will allow the grammar for a file to be changed.

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).

FSharp.Data.GraphQL - FSharp implementation of Facebook GraphQL query language.

  •    F#

F# implementation of Facebook GraphQL query language specification.It's type safe. Things like invalid fields or invalid return types will be checked at compile time.

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.

react-storybooks-relay-container - Storybook template for Relay containers

  •    Javascript

When writing React Storybook stories that have components that rely on relay, you can very easily run those components against your real API. However, doing it against stubbed data can be tricky. This module adds a container that will pass through your API responses as though they were the real relay data.

introduction-graphql - Introduction to GraphQL

  •    Javascript

If you have found a bug or if you have a feature request, please report them at this repository issues section. Please do not report security vulnerabilities on the public GitHub issue tracker. This project is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

masochist - Website infrastructure for over-engineers

  •    HTML

This repo contains the source code and content for my website at wincent.com. Content is authored in plain-text-friendly markup formats like Markdown and served using a dynamic stack (described below). New code can be deployed and content added or updated via git push.