A weekly newsletter of the best news, articles and projects about GraphQL


Announcing the Release of Apollo Client 3.0

Apollo has just announced the official release of Apollo Client 3.0. The major version bump brings package consolidation, improvements to the InMemoryCache APIs, improved local state management, and improvements to UI reactivity. Follow along as Ben Newman goes in-depth on the changes in Apollo Client 3.0, including some extensive code samples.

Search Kubernetes World with GraphQL

Searching through related Kubernetes resources can be complicated with existing tools. In this article, Hiroyuki Osaki explains why GraphQL is a good candidate for making this task simpler. He also demonstrates how to set up a working Kubernetes search client using GraphQL.


GraphQL Enterprise Connect 2020

GraphQL Enterprise Connect is an online meetup happening on August 14, 2020. It will be a full-day event and will feature many great speakers from the GraphQL community, including Vishakha Singh, Brian Douglas, Jon Wong, and Mark Stuart. The meetup is co-hosted by This Dot Labs, PayPal, and Braintree and will be keynoted by Tracy Lee. Check out the lineup, schedule, and register to attend.

Fullstack React and GraphQL in 60 Minutes

Shawn Wang and This Dot Labs are providing an hour-long session on building fullstack React and GraphQL apps. The session will be held on July 22, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT. In this session, you will learn how to build a fullstack serverless React and GraphQL app from scratch with authentication, storage, and multiplayer realtime collaboration, all atop infinitely scalable AWS components, with AWS Amplify. Sign up to attend and learn more about fullstack React and GraphQL.


Working with GraphQL in Postman

In this video, Joyce Lin demonstrates how to use Postman to query your GraphQL APIs. The tutorial goes into detail on GraphQL schema types, query autocompletion, GraphQL variables and sending GraphQL queries. Follow along to find out how Postman can help you debug and test your GraphQL APIs and ease development.


GraphQL Query Generator

The GraphQL Query Generator library can be used to generate randomized GraphQL queries from a given schema. This can be useful for application development as you can create a static test suite of GraphQL queries, load test your GraphQL API, and better understand your GraphQL services in general.