In this article, Leonardo Losoviz talks about the issue of nested mutations in GraphQL. He covers what nested mutations are, why it's a challenge to support them in the GraphQL spec, and how developers can implement nested mutations if they are needed. The tutorial is very thorough with plenty of code examples. Follow along with Leonardo to find out more about nested mutations in GraphQL.
Insomnia is one of the most popular API development tools that also supports GraphQL. In this article, Abu Sakib demonstrates how to use Insomnia to interact with a Slash GraphQL instance and perform GraphQL requests such as mutations and queries. Follow along wth Abu to learn more about how to use Insomnia with Slash GraphQL.
Many developers are running GraphQL in serverless functions. One issue with this is that SQL databases aren't always the best fit for serverless. DynamoDB is designed to work well with serverless but it is often misunderstood. In this tutorial, Ryan Bethel guides developers through setting up a GraphQL API backed by DynamoDB on serverless functions. Follow along to learn more about how you can get all the benefits of GraphQL on serverless with a database that is well-suited to the task.
Apollo Elements is a library for building reusable GraphQL components. It works by offering a variety of underlying web component authoring libraries to construct GraphQL-aware components. This post demonstrates how to write a todo app using Apollo Elements. Follow along to find out more about how you can benefit from using Apollo within web components via Apollo Elements.
GraphQL Contributor Days is a recurring event which offers important updates to the community and acts as a forum for GraphQL developers to have access to core contributors. As part of GraphQL Contributor Days, Hasura will be offering live Q&A sessions throughout January. Check out the dates and times to find out when you can view the sessions and ask questions.
This video by David Hatch demonstrates how to add authorization to a GraphQL app, specifically one using oso, Graphene, and SQLAlchemy. He covers how to explicitly specify authorization rules, how to integrate oso, and how to filter collections with SQLAlchemy. Follow along to learn more about how to protect your GraphQL apps.