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  1. Realtime GraphQL Live Queries with JavaScript

    TypeScript 345 26

  2. A web app for tabletop gaming to allow the game master to reveal areas of the game map to players, roll dice and take notes.

    TypeScript 328 79

  3. Use the power of the relay-compiler with every GraphQL project!

    TypeScript 36 2

  4. Web App for adding an OBS overlay with character information such as name, picture, and health for your favorite role-playing game.

    TypeScript 17 1

  5. React hook for async effects powered by generator functions.

    TypeScript 186 8

  6. Convince your team that you should use the relay-compiler 😉

    TypeScript 31 3

Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in n1ru4l/envelop that received 4 comments

feat: bump live query versions

+20 −16 4 comments
Reviewed 15 pull requests in 9 repositories
dotansimha/graphql-yoga 4 pull requests
the-guild-org/the-guild-website 3 pull requests
n1ru4l/envelop 2 pull requests
ardatan/graphql-tools 1 pull request
graphql/composite-schemas-wg 1 pull request
the-guild-org/the-guild-components 1 pull request
dotansimha/graphql-code-generator 1 pull request
the-guild-org/Stack 1 pull request
graphql/graphql-spec 1 pull request

Created an issue in dotansimha/graphql-yoga that received 1 comment

Restructure/Cleanup tests

Separate integration and unit tests make it easy to only run unit tests locally Move all tests that don't require a real HTTP server to "unit" tests

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Started 1 discussion in 1 repository
graphql/composite-schemas-wg

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