Iman from Volvo Car Mobility shares some details about their journey to using Apollo Federation for their GraphQL backend. He explains the reasons for switching from a monolithic backend to a federated one, some of the challenges they ran into, but also the advantages they are now seeing.
Kevin shares his team's experience of resolving a significant performance issue in their Kitemaker application by switching from Apollo Client to URQL.
Are you working with GraphQL and wondering about inheritance? Nelson's latest blog post has got you covered! Inheritance is a powerful feature in GraphQL that can make your code more modular and easier to maintain. In this post, we dive into the when and how of using inheritance in GraphQL, providing examples and best practices to help you get started.
Tools & Open Source
The Hurl team recently announced version 2 of their popular CLI, allowing you to easily write HTTP calls via simple text files. And one of version 2s headliner features is support for GraphQL. If you regularly use your terminal to send GraphQL requests, make sure to give them a try,
A fully-featured GraphQL client that seamlessly integrates with the framework of your choice. Start with a schema. Write queries and let Houdini take care of the rest. Fully automatic and customizable. Declarative, Composable, Typesafe. First-class support for Fragments, Subscriptions, Pagination, List Mutations, Optimistic Responses, and more. You didn’t know you needed this.
A platform-agnostic network inspector specifically built for GraphQL. Clearly see individual GraphQL requests, including support for query batching.