Laurins and Uris recap of GraphQLConf 2023, their key takeaways as well as memorable moments from the event.
Continuing with recaps of GraphQLConf, the inigo team published their take aways as well.
In this down-to-earth exploration, the author dives into the latest release of DataLoader 3.0, shedding light on its breadth-first data loading approach. No hype, no frills, just a practical breakdown of what this update means for developers. So, if you're curious about DataLoader's evolution, join the author for an insightful journey into its latest features.
In this laid-back read, the author offers a beginner-friendly introduction to Federated GraphQL and WunderGraph Cosmo. No need for rocket science here; it's a straightforward dive into the basics of these technologies. So, if you've been curious about how they work together, kick back and let the author break it down for you in plain English.
Tools & Open Source
As the GraphQL ecosystem matures and expands, the tools developers use should evolve, too. Developers need better tooling and a better experience, like you see with REST API tooling, to build GraphQL-powered applications with ease. This is why the Grafbase team launched Pathfinder, their GraphQL IDE. With a focus on usability, efficiency, and familiarity, Pathfinder is a desktop IDE solution for GraphQL developers. Using Pathfinder, developers can build GraphQL endpoints as easily as they build any other code, in an intuitive environment.
Podcasts & Shows
Escape helps you Find and fix GraphQL security flaws at scale within your DevSecOps process. In this podcast the founders Antoine and Tristan share their journey and what they have planned.