Going with GraphQL
Mark Sandstrom and Ben Kraft join Jon and Mat to talk about GraphQL. What exactly is it this query language everyone has been talking about? How does it work? What Go libraries are out there, and where should you get started?
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- Mark Sandstrom – Twitter
- Ben Kraft – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Jon Calhoun – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Mat Ryer – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
Notes and Links
- Resources to learn GraphQL
- GitHub GraphQL API
- genqlient - Khan Academy’s open source GraphQL client library
- graphql - Another GraphQL client library written in Go
- gqlgen - A codegen tool for creating Go GraphQL servers
- graphql-go-tools - A toolkit for building GraphQL proxies, gateways, caches, etc
- gqlparser - A GraphQL parser, written to mirror the graphql-js reference implementation as closely while remaining idiomatic and easy to use.
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