🎮 GraphQL IDE for better development workflows (GraphQL Subscriptions, interactive docs & collaboration) (by prisma-labs)

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  • GraphQL vs REST in .NET Core
    7 projects | | 16 Dec 2021
    Now we can consume created GraphQL API. In the GitHub Repo same functionality has been added with REST approach and GraphQL endpoint. Also widely used Swagger configured for Web API Endpoints as well as AltairUI added for GraphQL endpoint testing. Naturally, AltairUI it not a must for GraphQL, you can also use Swagger, GraphiQL, or GraphQL Playground.
  • Creating GraphQL Api Using NestJS For Multiple Databases
    2 projects | | 4 Nov 2021
    Navigate to http://localhost:3000/graphql. NestJS uses graphql playground by default. It's a lovely GraphQL IDE. We can check our schema here.
  • In any way get the previous graphql playground instead of apollo sandbox?
    1 project | | 7 Aug 2021
    GraphQL Playground is usable in various ways. I recommend checking out the readme over here:
  • Keeping certain parts of your GraphQL schema hidden from Introspection
    2 projects | | 25 Jun 2021
    GraphQL is a popular and powerful way to build your APIs and power your website; we use it for most of our APIs at Anvil. One of the best things about GraphQL is that it provides an Introspection Query capability which allows users to explore and learn about what's possible in a given API. In that way, GraphQL is "self-documenting". Some great tools like Playground and Anvil's own SpectaQL leverage the Introspection Query.
  • Autogenerate GraphQL API documentation with SpectaQL
    7 projects | | 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.
  • Building a GraphQL API with Deno and gql
    8 projects | | 13 Apr 2021
    ⚡ GraphQL Playground integration (via graphiql: true)
  • Building a CRUD-backend with GraphQL, TypeScript and TypeGraphQL
    4 projects | | 26 Mar 2021
    We will be testing these using GraphQL playground from Prisma. Go to "localhost:4000/graphQL" in your browser. In the GraphQL playground, you can write out different queries. To try out over resolver, we will write in the window:
  • A web framework I desperately wish there was a Rust equivalent for: FastAPI
    6 projects | | 7 Mar 2021
    Yes, as you build out your "schema", the documentation is generated automatically for the data structures. The "Playground" gives you a visual docs / schema view to see all of the parameters that are available for request at each nested layer, as well as all of the comments and documentation associated with each piece.
  • Favourite tool for schema exploration?
    2 projects | | 3 Mar 2021 is great!
    2 projects | | 3 Mar 2021
  • OAuth2 protected graphQL IDE
    3 projects | | 2 Mar 2021
    Hey guys, this afternoon I finally got around to writing an OAuth2 protected graphQL playground since I am sick of manually fetching Authorization tokens and copy pasting them into graphQL playground.


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