If you are not (yet) familiar with GraphQL codegen, this article by Achraf from escape provides you with a good overview of what it’s all about and how you can benefit from it in your next project.
If you want to learn more about GraphQL Subscriptions and how to use them within Apollo Server, read the following article that guides you through all the required steps.
Tools & Open Source
The GraphiQL team updated the new design coming with version 2 of the project. If you’re interested in how it will look or want to provide feedback, follow the link below!
The Guild announced version 2.0 of GraphQL Yoga. The focus for this release was allowing you to use the tooling you’re already familiar with in the GraphQL ecosystem, providing sensible defaults to speed up development and including standard features like support for subscriptions, file uploads, and advanced error handling routines.
Do you run a GraphQL API and need to keep documentation updated? Give Graphdoc.io a try; it’s a new service that creates beautiful documentation based on your schema.
The next GraphQL Contributor Day will be held online on May 3rd, 2022. Speakers include Dustin Goodman, Jamie Barton, Ebenezer Don, and Kyle Schrade. Make sure to sign up; it’s free!