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Libraries.io Graphql API - WIP


πŸš€ Query your favorite open source projects within seconds
GraphQL API for Libraries.io - based on best practices from the GraphQL community.

Features

  • Scalable GraphQL server: The server uses graphql-yoga which is based on Apollo Server & Express
  • Static type generation: TypeScript types for GraphQL queries & mutations are generated in a build step
  • Authentication: Signup and login workflows are ready to use for your users
  • GraphQL database: Includes GraphQL database binding to Prisma (running on MySQL)
  • Tooling: Out-of-the-box support for GraphQL Playground & query performance tracing
  • Extensible: Simple and flexible data model – easy to adjust and extend
  • No configuration overhead: Preconfigured graphql-config setup
  • Realtime updates: Support for GraphQL subscriptions

Read more about the idea behind GraphQL boilerplates here.

Getting started

# 1. Clone this repo
git clone https://github.com/Novvum/librariesio-graphql-api.git

# 2. Navigate to the new project
cd librariesio-graphql-api

# 3 Install Dependencies
yarn
# ---- or ----
npm i

# 4. Start server (runs on http://localhost:4000) and open GraphQL Playground
yarn dev
# ---- or ----
npm run dev

Documentation

  • WIP

Commands

  • yarn start starts GraphQL server on http://localhost:4000
  • yarn dev starts GraphQL server on http://localhost:4000 and opens GraphQL Playground
  • yarn playground opens the GraphQL Playground for the projects from .graphqlconfig.yml
  • yarn prisma <subcommand> gives access to local version of Prisma CLI (e.g. yarn prisma deploy)

Note: We recommend that you're using yarn dev during development as it will give you access to the GraphQL API or your server (defined by the application schema) as well as to the Prisma API directly (defined by the Prisma database schema). If you're starting the server with yarn start, you'll only be able to access the API of the application schema.

Project structure

Contributing

This library is being maintained by the GraphQL community, with official support from the Novvum team.

Your feedback is very helpful, please share your opinion and thoughts! If you have any questions or want to contribute yourself, feel free to reach out to us!

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