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.
Two tools will help a home server start off strong and open up new avenues to explore through Ansible automation and setting up a local DNS within Pi-hole.
This series covers building a simple REST API using the Prisma ORM and Postgresql. Here, I'll explain how to use this Prisma client in our express server.
After choosing GraphQL to facilitate your backend API development, you still need to decide which implementation of a GraphQL server to use.
Although Amazon does not offer a way to run Neptune locally, Apache Gremlin Server is a close enough approximation for testing and development purposes.
These are a handful of tools to help you diagnose issues in a Linux environment. They're present in pretty much any Linux-based environment.
If you like to DIY, and you happen to already have a headless computer running 24/7 in your basement, then a Dockerized Minecraft server is pretty neat!
A guide to getting a lightweight GraphQL server up and running in your Next.js app via API routes.