Using GraphQL with Lucky

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  • GitHub repo graphql

    GraphQL server library for Crystal (by graphql-crystal)

    Before we run the setup script, we need to add our dependencies. We will add the GraphQL shard.

  • GitHub repo lucky

    A full-featured Crystal web framework that catches bugs for you, runs incredibly fast, and helps you write code that lasts.

    It's a ton of boilerplate, and setup... I get that, and I also think we can make it a lot better. If you have some ideas on making the Lucky / GraphQL connection better, or you see anything in this tutorial that doesn't quite follow a true graph flow, let me know! Come hop in to the Lucky Discord and we can chat more on how to take this to the next level.

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