Dagger, a programmable CI/CD engine that runs your pipelines in containers, announced the release of their internal GraphQL API for everyone as a unified interface for programming the Dagger Engine using any standard GraphQL client.
The Wundergraph team explores the developer experience and tradeoffs of tRPC and GraphQL and how we could get the same benefits with GraphQL APIs.
The Apollo team explains how to create a federated subgraph in Python using the Strawberry GraphQL library.
Tools & Open Source
GraphQXL is a new language built on top of the GraphQL syntax that extends the original language with some additional features useful for creating scalable and extensive server-side schemas.
Magidoc, a free open-source static documentation website generator for GraphQL, released version 3 with a transition from introspection to SDL templates and directive documentation.
Hoppscotch is a desktop and browser-based app you can use to make GraphQL requests. You can save requests for later with collections, use variables, browse the documentation, and more.