Over 3000 developers participated in the first “State of GraphQL” survey, and the results are finally in. If you’re interested in GraphQL (which I assume you are, otherwise, why did you subscribe ?), check out the results!
There’s a common problem with GraphQL, the N+1 Query. The power of GraphQL makes it a perfect storm for triggering N+1 Queries in a web framework. The team at Popmenu devised a solution that harnesses ActiveRecord’s association reflection system and a helpful tool supplied by the graphql gem, the lookahead, to solve this issue.
Whether for testing or more independent development, mocking a GraphQL server can be incredibly useful during any phase of your projects. If you’re interested in how to use GraphQL Mesh for this purpose, read up!
Tools & Open Source
It’s been 5 months since The Guild launched GraphQL Hive, and they just reached the next milestone on their journey: Hive is now open source and available for anyone to host their own instance.