Monitoring GraphQL APIs has its own set of challenges. With their newly released advanced alerts, Inigo provides a crucial building block in making sure you're always aware how your API is doing and can address issues as soon as they come up.
Embark on a journey through federated GraphQL and native subscriptions in this article. The author shares insights into the integration of Cosmo Router, unraveling the complexities to make it accessible for developers. It's a down-to-earth guide that navigates the intricacies of native subscriptions, providing practical knowledge for those delving into the world of federated GraphQL.
Explore the nuances of GraphQL security in this insightful article. The author takes a practical approach, delving into the mechanics of performing a CSRF attack within a GraphQL API. With a straightforward narrative, this piece provides valuable insights for developers keen on understanding and fortifying their systems against potential vulnerabilities.
Tools & Open Source
The gql.tada project aims to improve the experience of writing and using GraphQL with TypeScript on the client-side by providing more feedback when writing GraphQL, and reducing friction between TypeScript and GraphQL. gql.tada as a project was started to answer the question: “Why can’t we teach TypeScript to understand the GraphQL query language?”
If the gql.tada documentation above isn't enough to get you interested, maybe this 3-minute video by Jamie Barton can. He shows you how to get started and take advantage of the improvements this new library offers.