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GraphiQL & the GraphQL LSP Reference Ecosystem for building browser & IDE tools. (by graphql)

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  • sifting thru the types
    2 projects | dev.to | 5 Nov 2021
    Flow state is a rare treat for me these days. The last time I can remember being in that zone was working on a GraphiQL implementation for Open Sauced, https://explore.opensauced.pizza. The Open Sauced project makes use of OneGraph, to handle authentication and persisted query features in working with the GitHub GraphQL API. This was the first I had worked on any kind of GraphiQL implementation, so for those of you at the point I was at then, GraphiQL is an Open Source project that can be used to interact with a GraphQL API in an ad-hoc and dynamic way, allowing a developer to iterate quickly on features from a data retrieval standpoint. This post is about the PR #2 in the repo.
  • GraphQL The Rails Way: Part 1 - Exposing your resources for querying
    2 projects | dev.to | 4 Nov 2021
    The easiest way to query your GraphQL API is to use GraphiQL.
  • Security risks with GraphQL
    2 projects | dev.to | 25 Oct 2021
    disable logging, debugging and exploration tools on production (including GraphiQL), not only for security reasons but also for performance
  • How to Connect A GraphQL API and A MySQL Database in Your GraphQL Layer
    3 projects | dev.to | 16 Sep 2021
    Note: to follow along, you'll need a StepZen account. This article also assumes basic familiarity with GraphQL and the GraphiQL IDE.
  • The Stack #3
    22 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
    But, some of the reasons why thinking about the future of GraphiQL feels really great is cause of the upcoming support for Monaco mode , support for plugins and a lot of amazing features from Playground to now become as part of GraphiQL as part of the transition according to the blog linked above.
  • Official GraphQL: Free palestine, BLM, end the new jim crow abolish ICE
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 25 May 2021
  • The API Series - GraphQL and Sending Queries with fetch()
    3 projects | dev.to | 6 May 2021
    To learn more about GraphiQL, visit https://github.com/graphql/graphiql
  • Autogenerate GraphQL API documentation with SpectaQL
    7 projects | dev.to | 25 Apr 2021
    Traditionally, most of the above problems have been pretty unavoidable, but at Anvil most of our APIs are implemented in GraphQL. GraphQL requires the definition of a schema that describes all the types, fields, methods, arguments, return types, etc, and even allows for descriptions of most things to be included. In this way, GraphQL implementations are pretty self-describing, and great tools like GraphiQL or Playground already exist to leverage this attribute of the framework. Because of all this, I knew that there must be a better way to do documentation in GraphQL-land, and I sought out to find it.
  • API docs
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/api | 4 Apr 2021
    If you're building a GraphQL API, you use the Schema Definition Language to write your spec. Then you can run a GraphiQL server pointing to your spec file to visualise and test the API design.
  • GraphQL vs REST: which API is better for your web app?
    2 projects | dev.to | 30 Mar 2021
    There is an IDE called GraphiQL, which allows the user to explore a GraphQL API and build queries.
  • An Introduction to GraphQL on Replit
    6 projects | dev.to | 22 Mar 2021
    Most GraphQL endpoints come with some form of GraphQL explorer, the most popular being GraphiQL and GraphQL Playground. As an example, let's start with a public GraphQL endpoint provided by the event management platform Universe.com. Their endpoint allows developers to retrieve data associated with specific events in their database. We can use their explorer to create and test a super basic query.
  • Creating a Developer Portfolio using Next.js, GraphQL, DEV and GitHub
    6 projects | dev.to | 10 Mar 2021
    A GraphiQL query editor will open that is already connected to your deployed API for you to test. Any changes you make to the API code will be automatically uploaded and deployed until you end the stepzen start process. However, you shouldn't need to make any changes at this point. Let's test that this is working by querying the API with a simple query to get posts:
  • GraphQL via HTTP in five ways: cURL, Python, JavaScript, Ruby and PHP
    2 projects | dev.to | 14 Jan 2021
    Before we can get started, we need a query and an API endpoint to hit. Getting both of those items via Contentful is a breeze. For the API endpoint, we can use Contentful's API Base URL https://graphql.contentful.com, taken from the GraphQL docs. To find a query we can use GraphiQL, an in-browser GraphQL IDE. Open up https://graphql.contentful.com/content/v1/spaces/{SPACE_ID}/explore?access_token={accessToken}, replacing the spaceID and accessToken with your own.
  • Never Used GraphQL? Fear Not!
    1 project | dev.to | 29 Dec 2020
    Once you're done writing a GraphQL API, you can use one of many GraphQL clients to send operations to your server. Most GraphQL APIs come with a GraphQL playground that you can use to write queries, and click a button to send them to the server, and display the JSON result. But when you're building a graphical application, you would want to use a client library from your code. An example query would be:
  • Best way to embed a small GraphiQL UI element on another page?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/graphql | 25 Dec 2020
    GraphiQL is a React component, so it can be added to any existing React application as shown here.

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