Which lib are you using with flutter for graphql?

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  • graphql-flutter

    A GraphQL client for Flutter, bringing all the features from a modern GraphQL client to one easy to use package.

    I was using https://github.com/zino-hofmann/graphql-flutter for flutter graphql projects but the main author of the lib is no longer working on this project. I know there have been two beta releases of this project recently but does anyone of you use any other library graphql client with flutter. Please don't recommend default http client which we use for rest apis. Has anyone tried this https://github.com/gql-dart/ferry. If you're using any other lib do let me know as well.

  • ferry

    Stream-based strongly typed GraphQL client for Dart

    I was using https://github.com/zino-hofmann/graphql-flutter for flutter graphql projects but the main author of the lib is no longer working on this project. I know there have been two beta releases of this project recently but does anyone of you use any other library graphql client with flutter. Please don't recommend default http client which we use for rest apis. Has anyone tried this https://github.com/gql-dart/ferry. If you're using any other lib do let me know as well.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support. Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • rutils

    Flutter monorepo with util packages (by Rodrigolmti)

    Repository rutils

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