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garph

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Warning: We would love to hear your Feedback on our Discord

Note: tRPC-style client for Garph has arrived! See garph-gqty for more 🚀

Garph is a fullstack GraphQL framework for TypeScript, that aims to deliver the best GraphQL Developer-Experience.

Garph 0.5 was just released! 🙌

Changelog:

  • Updated the React-client
  • Added GraphQL Subscriptions
  • Cursor-based pagination
  • Included Relay building blocks (nodes, edges, connections)
  • Additional type-safety for resolvers
  • Updated Documentation

Get started

  1. Install the dependencies

    npm i garph graphql-yoga
    
  2. Create example GraphQL API

    import { g, InferResolvers, buildSchema } from 'garph'
    import { createYoga } from 'graphql-yoga'
    import { createServer } from 'http'
    
    const queryType = g.type('Query', {
      greet: g.string()
        .args({
          name: g.string().optional().default('Max')
        })
        .description('Greets a person')
    })
    
    const resolvers: InferResolvers<{ Query: typeof queryType }, {}> = {
      Query: {
        greet: (parent, args, context, info) => `Hello, ${args.name}`
      }
    }
    
    const schema = buildSchema({ g, resolvers })
    const yoga = createYoga({ schema })
    const server = createServer(yoga)
    server.listen(4000, () => {
      console.info('Server is running on http://localhost:4000/graphql')
    })
  3. Start the server

    npx ts-node server.ts
    
  4. Query the API

    Go to: http://localhost:4000/graphl

    Enter the following query:

    {
      greet(name: "Max")
    }

    Click on the play button

Documentation

Documentation is available on garph.dev/docs

Examples

Example projects can be found under examples/

Feedback

We would love to hear your Feedback on our Discord community