In this post, I’m going to answer one simple question: How does a GraphQL server turn a query into a response?
Resolve functions are like little routers. They specify how the types and fields in the schema are connected to various backends, answering the questions “How do I get the data for Authors?” and “Which backend do I need to call with what arguments to get the data for Posts?”.
GraphQL resolve functions can contain arbitrary code, which means a GraphQL server can to talk to any kind of backend, even other GraphQL servers. For example, the Author type could be stored in a SQL database, while Posts are stored in MongoDB, or even handled by a microservice.
CRUD Tutorial - React, GraphQL, NodeJS, MySQL. Tech Stack: - ReactJS - NodeJS - ExpressJS - GraphQL / Express GraphQL / Apollo Client - TypeScript - MySQL - TypeOrm
GraphQL Finland has a different scope, and it's going to be the first Nordic GraphQL focused conference. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone interested in GraphQL at the event.
Today, we launched our event site for GraphQL Summit, the first-ever GraphQL conference. Be sure to check out the full site to see what’s in store.
A GraphQL client that lets you forget about GraphQL. It seems like the best way to learn how to use SwiftGraphQL is by understanding how it works behind the scenes.