Leonardo explores the possibilities of standardized error codes. He provides an overview of where they have already been discussed, the benefits of adding them to the spec, and a potential design and implementation.
Max looks at what the GraphCDN team has learned about cache hit rates over the last couple of months and how your use case might affect it.
Rui dives into issues they were facing with their production GraphQL deployment and how they overcame them. In the process, he’ll also compare Apollo GraphQL to GraphQL Fastify Server
Tools & Open Source
The Anvil team released SpectaQL a while ago. Now they are back with Microfiber, a tool to make interacting with and manipulating a GraphQL schema easy.
If you’re working with GoLang and are looking into GraphQL, give YarQL a try.
In the latest episode of graphql.wtf Jamie dives into the recently released GraphQL Yoga 2 and explores how easy it is to get started building a GraphQL Server with GraphQL Yoga — featuring Subscriptions, Error Masking, and Plugins.