If you're looking to expand your business and operate an eCommerce app, take a look at Prithwish Nath's article that details all the necessary steps to get up and running with WunderGraph, Next.js, Strapi and Snipcart
Eke Olise guides readers through all the steps necessary to build your backend service on top of Nhost, the open-source alternative to Firebase. With support for GraphQL, of course!
Karim Rustom from the team at Escape shares more insights into pentesting GraphQL APIs and explains how thinking outside of the box will help with that.
Tools & Open Source
Look no further if you are looking for a CMS exposing a GraphQL API and storing content in a Git repository. And if you are not (yet) looking for that combination, you might be missing out.
Kensa equips developers with the metrics and tools necessary to monitor and test their GraphQL requests, always ensuring the health and performance of their server. Developers can analyze metrics on high latency queries, track response data/errors, and view historical logs of recently made or saved queries.
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.
With Enterprise GraphQL Conference being over, Hasura made the recordings available for everyone to rewatch. Listen to talks from leaders at Hasura, Goldman Sachs, and Optum on various topics related to GraphQL.