If you are running a GraphQL API in production, you’ll need to monitor it. OpenTelemetry is an OSS, vendor-agnostic set of tools that allows you to do just that.
We’ve already featured “Learn GraphQL In One Week” in issue 279, but now that all episodes are out, we wanted to bring it up again. So, if you’re interested in learning GraphQL, give this free course a try and build a full-stack eCommerce application with GraphQL Yoga, Prisma, and Planetscale.
GraphCDN recently released their Wordpress plugin that makes setting up GraphCDN with WPGraphQL a breeze. No need to worry about invalidation, the plugin takes care of all of that for you, and you can enjoy a speed increase on your API.
Apollo released a new version of their Apollo Router, their high-performance federation engine. In this article, Matt covers what changed and how the new engine enables a new architecture that solves the needs of the largest GraphQL users.
The Neo4j team published a survey looking into how developers build GraphQL APIs with managed cloud services. If you have used such a service in the past or are using it right now to build your API and have a couple of minutes to spare, fill out the survey.