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  • The complete GraphQL Scalar Guide
    4 projects | | 27 Jun 2023
    This article was published on Tuesday, June 27, 2023 by Eddy Nguyen @ The Guild Blog
  • Optimize your Bundle Size with SWC and GraphQL Codegen
    6 projects | | 18 Apr 2023
    Then you're ready to go! The plugin will automatically optimize your generated code when SWC compiles your files. In conclusion, using the [`client-preset`]( for GraphQL Code Generator is a powerful way to improve the DX of your project. However, without proper optimization, the bundle size can quickly become bloated. By using the [@graphql-codegen/client-preset-swc-plugin](, (or the [Babel plugin]( you can optimize the generated code and reduce the bundle size, and in the end improve the loading time of your application.
  • Moving from Apollo to Vanilla GraphQL
    3 projects | /r/graphql | 6 Mar 2023
    I started using Apollo and as I got more experienced about GraphQL I found out about The Guild.
  • How we migrated to Apollo Server 4
    4 projects | | 23 Feb 2023
    Second, the developer experience around GraphQL is amazing, and we’ve been fortunate to use some great tools from The Guild and Apollo in building our product. For example, we publish our GraphQL schemas to Apollo Studio, we embed the Apollo Studio Explorer in our docs, and our GraphQL API is actually built on top of Apollo Server.
  • How we shipped CDN access tokens with Cloudflare Workers and R2
    2 projects | | 1 Feb 2023
    Once we decoded the incoming access token we can then read the R2 key value e.g. `/cdn-keys/c7ce447c-f5e6-4f13-87b8-d3051ba3fc45/c7de111c-f5g9-4f13-87b8-d1267ba3ge95` and then check the user-sent `privateKey` against the hash stored there. For subsequent requests, the same cache logic as for the legacy tokens is reused. The UI part was pretty straight-forward and less challenging to build, however it was still part of this project. The new token overview: ![All good]( Creating a new token: ![All good]( We successfully deployed this to production and then informed all our clients that are waiting for this feature. 🎉 In addition, this is of course now also available for the self-hosted Hive users. ## Conclusion This was an exciting and challenging project to solve and Cloudflare provides useful tools for solving these kinds of problems. On the other hand debugging Cloudflare tooling is often frustrating and cumbersome, documentation is also often scarce or non-existing for more advanced use-cases. Nevertheless, we are happy to finish this project successfully and are looking forward to all the future challenges! In case you did not know, Hive is fully open-source and self-hostable! You can find all the code, steps and pull requests on GitHub! * * * * * * * * * *
  • Is React still the most heavily dominant framework sought after by employers, or can I start learning other frameworks/libraries when looking for a new job?
    4 projects | /r/cscareerquestions | 1 Oct 2022
    The ecosystem offered by is a spectacular suite of services offered for free that can really help learning the concepts of development and composable elements.
  • Announcing GraphQL Yoga 2.0!
    10 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    This article was published on 2022-03-29 by Charly Poly @ The Guild Blog
  • GraphQL error handling to the max with Typescript, codegen and fp-ts
    11 projects | | 7 Mar 2022
    GraphQL Code Generator is a tool developed by The Guild which generates type definitions which corresponds to the GraphQL schema. It has several plugins and we'll use 3 of those:
  • How not to learn GraphQL
    8 projects | | 14 Feb 2022
    Schema Stitching (a component of GraphQL Tools[v6 and under]) got a bad rap when it was famously abandoned by Apollo in favor of their Federation architecture some years back. However, Stitching came under the stewardship of The Guild and friends in 2020, and they've since overhauled it with numerous automation and performance enhancements. Seemingly out of nowhere, Schema Stitching has reemerged as something of a nimble hummingbird racing alongside the stallion that is Apollo Federation.
  • What does it take to support Node.js ESM?
    9 projects | | 12 Aug 2021
    In The Guild we use this method using tooling that creates the temporary package.json automatically. See bob-the-bundler & bob-esbuild
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