A weekly newsletter of the best news, articles and projects about GraphQL

Tools & Open Source

GraphQXL, a new language that extends GraphQL

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 v3.0.0

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.

Tools & Open Source

GraphQL Foundation adopts graphql-http

HTTP is the most common transport protocol for GraphQL. The GraphQL working group has been working on a GraphQL over HTTP specification and adopted the "graphql-http" project.

Announcing GraphQL Yoga v3

Hot on the heels of version 2 and after lots of experimentation and learning from production usage, The Guild released version 3 of GraphQL Yoga, including some major changes. There are so many great changes included; there's no way we can list them all here, so if you'd like to learn more, make sure to read their announcement.

Tools & Open Source

Contentlab CMS

Look no further if you are looking for a CMS exposing a GraphQL API and storing content in a Git repository. And if you are not (yet) looking for that combination, you might be missing out.


Kensa equips developers with the metrics and tools necessary to monitor and test their GraphQL requests, always ensuring the health and performance of their server. Developers can analyze metrics on high latency queries, track response data/errors, and view historical logs of recently made or saved queries.

Tools & Open Source

Caching Your GraphQL Queries in Deno Runtime

Jessical Balding and team are excited to announce the launch of DenoCacheQL, a GraphQL caching tool and GraphQL query playground for the Deno runtime environment. DenoCacheQL is an open source product developed in partnership with the tech accelerator, OS Labs.


Did you always want to run the new GraphiQL v2 as a desktop application? You can do so now with the new "graphiql-desktop" app, based on Electron. It's an early release, but it works great!

Tools & Open Source


DociQL is a documentation generator for your GraphQL API. It automatically creates beautiful HTML documentation based on your schema (via Introspection). And while the defaults will be good enough for many of you, it provides an extensible platform to generate the perfect documentation your project requires.

Tools & Open Source

DacheQL — Dashingly fast caching for your GraphQL queries

DacheQL is an open-source developer tool that leverages the pinpoint accuracy of GraphQL’s queries and implements caching to improve your website’s query efficiency.

Tools & Open Source

Announcing Self-Hosted GraphQL Hive

It’s been 5 months since The Guild launched GraphQL Hive, and they just reached the next milestone on their journey: Hive is now open source and available for anyone to host their own instance.

Tools & Open Source


A modern, open-source headless commerce framework built with TypeScript & Nodejs

Tools & Open Source

Nhost, the OSS Firebase Alternative with GraphQL

Get a database and backend configured and ready in minutes so you can focus on your app and users. Nhost supports GraphQL out of the box (using Hasura), includes frameworks for authentication, serverless functions, and storage, and neatly integrates with GitHub for easy deployments. And it works with all frontend frameworks and hosting platforms.

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radiQL, the one-stop solution for setting up GraphQL on a Postgres database

radiQL is a new way to provide a GraphQL API based on your PostgreSQL database. It allows you to quickly generate your GraphQL schema and resolvers and generate boilerplate code for use with GraphQL-Express or ApolloServer.

Tools & Open Source


Quickly scaffold a postman collection for a GraphQL API. GraphMan CLI generates a complete collection from a GraphQL endpoint, containing one request per query & mutation, with pre-filled fields, parameters, and variables.

Tools & Open Source

GraphiQL v2.0.0

GraphiQL saw its big 2.0 release this week with many awesome changes (some of them breaking) and a completely new design. More improvements are planned, but be sure to check out the new version!

Improved Security with GraphQL Armor support for Yoga Server 2

The Guild worked with the Escape team to support GraphQL Armor within GraphQL Yoga and make this process as straightforward as possible.

Tools & Open Source


If you are working with Swift, make sure to take a look at the SwiftGraphQL client. And the team just released version 4 a couple of days ago.

Tools & Open Source

GraphQL Armor

If you are using Apollo GraphQL server, take a look at GraphQL Armor, a new middleware from Escape Technologies that is simple to implement yet highly customizable and helps you secure your API.

Tools & Open Source

Grafbase: Instant serverless GraphQL backends

Grafbase is a platform that makes it easy for developers to build GraphQL backends. Grafbase combines GraphQL, serverless technology, and edge computing to make it easy for you to develop your backend without spending time on infrastructure.

Tools & Open Source

Awesome GraphQL Security

A curated list of excellent GraphQL Security frameworks, libraries, software, and resources.

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