Grafbase recently announced its newest funding round and took the opportunity to explain its plans around building the best developer platform to build and deploy serverless GraphQL backends.
This two-part series by Victor Kabata guides you through all the required steps to build a GraphQL service using Go and the GraphQL-Go package. If you're new to GraphQL and are working with Go already, give this a read!
Tools & Open Source
Jessical Balding and team are excited to announce the launch of DenoCacheQL, a GraphQL caching tool and GraphQL query playground for the Deno runtime environment. DenoCacheQL is an open source product developed in partnership with the tech accelerator, OS Labs.
Did you always want to run the new GraphiQL v2 as a desktop application? You can do so now with the new "graphiql-desktop" app, based on Electron. It's an early release, but it works great!
In this video series from Hasura, they guide you through all the required steps to create a food ordering application with Hasura Cloud, Vercel, and Next.js. You'll make use of the newly available Vercel and GitHub integrations and look into various topics, including code generators, fragments, subscriptions as well as authentication, and lots more.
In this week's episode of graphql.wtf Jamie Barton explores the new Next.js 13 release and specifically how to fetch data from a GraphQL backend using Next.js 13 server components.
The GraphQL Scale is the free online conference that focuses on large-scale GraphQL applications and cutting-edge innovations in federation, security, and data modeling. There will be a wide range of topics covered including: Building the Graph at Booking.com, Securing GraphQL APIs with Postman, GraphQL mocking with RedHat, and many more. Sign up to join the conference and see 20+ incredible talks in action.