🧘 Rewrite of a fully-featured GraphQL Server with focus on easy setup, performance & great developer experience. The core of Yoga implements WHATWG Fetch API and can run/deploy on any JS environment. (by prisma-labs)

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  • Announcing GraphQL Yoga v3
    2 projects | | 17 Nov 2022
    We have migration guide try it out! We can't wait answer your questions and get your feedback on how we can make GraphQL Yoga even more better!
  • We built a database UI for Postgres with an instant GraphQL API
    2 projects | | 27 Sep 2022
    It's easy to do with a Serverless Function and with GraphQL Yoga.
  • How to Build a Type-safe GraphQL API using Pothos and Kysely
    5 projects | | 29 Aug 2022
    In today's article we are going to create a GraphQL api using the Koa framework together with the GraphQL Yoga library and Pothos. In addition, we will use Kysely, which is a query builder entirely written in TypeScript.
  • End-to-end GraphQL error handling?
    3 projects | | 8 May 2022
    I want to share my approach to handling errors in GraphQL resolvers (I use GraphQL Yoga on the server-side) and pass them to the frontend side (where I use Svelte + @urql/svelte).
  • how it subscription work on the apollo server?
    3 projects | | 26 Apr 2022
    Last, in case you just want a simple GraphQL server where you don’t have to setup anything and subscriptions work out of the box (using SSE), you might wanna check out GraphQL Yoga v2 (Disclaimer: I am maintaining this library).
  • RedwoodJS Reaches 1.0 Today
    13 projects | | 4 Apr 2022
    Not that I know of. But here are a few things that may be of interest.

    Redwood's GraphQL API is built on Yoga (we collaborate tightly with The Guild) — You just need a GraphQL Client, which The Guild already has an option ready for you (Note: Apollo or other clients fine as well.)

    Here's an example "How To" about connecting Next (React) with Redwood:

    I'm a co-founder of Redwood and help lead the project so I can say as a matter of fact we a highly collaborative and enjoy (and support) exploratory projects. It's a priority for us to better demonstrate the power of Redwood's API through examples. If you'd be interested in digging in collaboratively with the community, I can help connect the dots. Just kick things off over here and tag me @thedavidprice:

    No pressure at all! Just wanted you to know the invitation is open. Anytime.

  • Announcing GraphQL Yoga 2.0!
    8 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    We always appreciate contributions to our documentation! However, in such a case we would want a full end2end scenario, as we don't wanna recommend a setup that is not verified to work (see If you want to champion this, let's move the discussion over to GitHub!
    8 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    You can still use graphql-ws alongside graphql-yoga! We did not add recipes yet (it is in our backlog I am curious what are your reasons for doing GraphQL over WebSocket instead of SSE?
    10 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    We can't wait to get your questions, user feedback, and feature requests/PRs, and we already plan for new features such as an Enhanced Plugin System that will provide features similar to Envelop but at the request level.
  • GraphQL error handling to the max with Typescript, codegen and fp-ts
    11 projects | | 7 Mar 2022
    If you use Envelop or GraphQL Yoga (both developed by The Guild), you can already benefit from it today by using this Envelop plugin) :::
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