GraphQL for Drupal
It is is built around https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php. As such, it supports the full official GraphQL specification with all its features.
You can use this module as a foundation for building your own schema through custom code or you can use and extend the generated schema using the plugin architecture and the provided plugin implementations form the sub-module.
For ease of development, it includes the GraphiQL interface at
To get a quick overview from the query part of GraphQL in action watch the following video's.
Check out https://github.com/fubhy/drupal-decoupled-app for a complete example of a fully decoupled React and GraphQL application. Feel free to use that repository as a starting point for your own decoupled application.
Documentation is heavily worked on, but still far from complete. This is due to the vast amount of improvements and additional features we've added to the module recently. As we are finishing up the 3.x version of this module we will be re-doing the documentation and record a series of screencasts.
These blog posts provide additional information on how to use and extend the module as well as other other contributed modules supporting it:
- Project homepage: https://www.drupal.org/project/graphql
- Contributing: https://github.com/drupal-graphql/graphql
- GraphQL APQ https://github.com/lucasconstantino/drupal-graphql-apq
Drupal module for Automatic Persisted Queries compatible with the apollo-link-persisted-queries project's proposed protocol.
- GraphQL Metatag https://github.com/drupal-graphql/graphql-metatag
Module that integrates the Metatag Drupal module with GraphQL.
- GraphQL Twig https://github.com/drupal-graphql/graphql-twig
Allows you to inject data into Twig templates by simply adding a GraphQL query.
- GraphQL Views https://github.com/drupal-graphql/graphql-views
Adds support for views to GraphQL.