Aggregate Functions in Stargate’s GraphQL API

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    An open source data gateway

    Until now, aggregate functions were only available using cqlsh (the CQL Shell). However, with the Stargate 1.0.25 release they are now also available using the GraphQL API. In this blog entry, I’ll walk you through the process to get early access to this exciting new functionality in Stargate, and how to setup everything you need to test your own aggregate queries.

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    Now we need to create our employee table in the test keyspace. This command is rather lengthy for a blog post so I recommend getting the file from the github repository at

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