My team recently stood up a GraphQL API endpoint with a server called Yoga, and I was pleased with how easy it was to get going.
When testing Apollo and GraphQL, Mock Provider is a nice tool to use when components need to communicate with a GraphQL server.
Easily generate a GraphQL API documentation site based on your annotated GraphQL Schema using GraphQL docstrings, SpectaQL, and GitLab Pages.
The AWS AppSync simulator can speed up your local development cycle. I'll explain how my team set it up and a few rough edges to watch out for.
If you need to be able to fire a GraphQL query when an event occurs, look no further than Apollo Client’s useLazyQuery hook.
After choosing GraphQL to facilitate your backend API development, you still need to decide which implementation of a GraphQL server to use.
How to use Apollo Client to fetch data in batches from a GraphQL endpoint and hook that data up to Infinite Loader.
Apollo query hooks are an awesome tool to use. Here's how you can use them while still following the rules of React hooks
Although Hot Chocolate has its own sort of dependency injection, none of these patterns apply when you need to access the HttpContext in a resolver.
A guide to getting a lightweight GraphQL server up and running in your Next.js app via API routes.
A brief walkthrough of setting up a discriminated union (or tagged union) type in TypeScript and GraphQL, and how to query/resolve that type.
The difference between the default resolver and an explicitly specified resolver in Apollo's graphql-tools – specifically arguments passed to a function called by the default resol