Running restQL Manager
restQL Manager allows you to easily develop and test new queries, save resources endpoints, check resources status and save queries that can be used by clients just referencing the query's name.
restQL Manager requires a restQL-server running instance.
restQL Manager is available through npm, and can be installed with
npm install -g restql-manager
Once installed, you can simply run
restql-manager from the shell and it will start.
restQL Manager uses the following environment variables for its configuration:
- RESTQL_SERVER_URL. This MUST point to a running restQL-server instance
- RESTQL_MANAGER_PORT. Default is 3000. Set this variable to change the TCP port to be bound.
- MONGO_URL. This should point to the same mongoDB instances used by the referenced restQL-server.
To install restQL manager dependecies run:
To start the development server, run:
In another shell, run:
To build a production bundle, run:
You can now start the server:
restQL-manager will be available at