Wundergraph's integration with Relay makes Jens argue for giving Relay another look. He includes examples, step-by-step instructions and shares how easy it is to get started with that combination. So, if you're on the fence, read this article!
In this informative post, Yuleidy delves into the world of cursor-based pagination in GraphQL. She explores the benefits of this approach over traditional offset-based pagination and provides a detailed tutorial on how to implement it in your own GraphQL API. Don't miss out on this must-read article for any GraphQL developer!
Are you concerned about the security of your GraphQL server? In this post, Ilija explores the various security vulnerabilities that GraphQL servers can face and provides practical advice on securing them. From authentication and authorization best practices to implementing rate limiting and query validation, he covers everything you need to know to protect your GraphQL API from malicious attacks.
Podcasts & Shows
Tinybird chats with Jamie Barton, a DevRel at Grafbase. Jamie shares his insights on the benefits of using GraphQL for API development and his experiences working for Grafbase. With plenty of practical advice and inspiration, this interview is a must-read for anyone interested in GraphQL and API development. Don't miss out on this fascinating conversation!
Jameson and Savannah share some of the ways Reddit are using Apollo and GraphQL to deliver on their mission to bring community, belonging and empowerment to everyone in the world. After 4 years of GraphQL successfully powering the iOS home feed, the gateway eventually became unwieldy. So Reddit turned to federation. Once a federated graph was in place Reddit were able to build services in individual subgraphs, allowing engineers to work in unison, but independently. And inevitably opening the doors to some exciting projects...