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hotchocolate - Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL server, written in C# for .Net Core and .Net Framework

  •    CSharp

Hot Chocolate is a GraphQL server implementation based on the current GraphQL June 2018 specification. If you are just getting started with GraphQL a good way to learn is visiting GraphQL.org. We have implemented the Star Wars example with the Hot Chocolate API and you can use our example implementation to follow along.

graphql-binding-github - Embed GitHub's GraphQL API into your server application

  •    TypeScript

See example directory for full example application.Simply follow this guide and head over to the token settings on GitHub.

graphql-binding - Auto-generated SDK for your GraphQL API (supports schema stitching & codegen)

  •    TypeScript

🔗 GraphQL bindings are modular building blocks that allow to embed existing GraphQL APIs into your own GraphQL server. Think about it as turning (parts of) GraphQL APIs into reusable LEGO building blocks. Bindings may be generated in JavaScript, TypeScript, or Flow. Check out the docs on oss.prisma.io.

graphql-binding-github - Embed GitHub's GraphQL API into your server application

  •    TypeScript

See example directory for full example application. Simply follow this guide and head over to the token settings on GitHub.




graphql-server-file-upload-example - 💾 GraphQL Server examples: File API

  •    TypeScript

This example illustrates the implementation of File API with GraphQL Server pattern. The best example for GraphQL Server basic usage can be found here: https://github.com/graphcool/graphql-server-example . You can upload files to a project by doing a multipart/form-data HTTP request to the File API http://localhost:5000/upload.

client-side-graphql

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GraphQL is essentially a syntax that describes how to ask for data. A GraphQL API is something that accepts queries in GraphQL syntax and resolves them to whatever is asked by a query. Traditionally, this are written on a server and exposed on a single endpoint. However, since the growth of Apollo Client, and the tools around it, this GraphQL wrapper can be written on the client as well. This example makes a simple hello-world GraphQL schema.

graphql-schema-stitching-demo - Schema Stitching Example with Hasura GraphQL + MetaWeather API

  •    Javascript

Schema stitching is the process of creating a single GraphQL schema from multiple underlying GraphQL APIs. Schema stitching allows you to have one unified API that allows the client to query multiple GraphQL Schemas at the same time, including relations between the schemas.