Abhay from BigBinary had been looking into how to use GraphQL in a Ruby on Rails application. He did a demo of a sample application he had been working on. This is a raw and unedited version of our discussion. Other participants in the discussion are Neeraj Singh And Vipul AM.
If you’re using Postgres (say as a part of your backend stack, say Ruby on Rails, Django) you can easily try out GraphQL APIs on top of your existing database with Hasura. It is as simple as exporting and importing the database with the tools that you are familiar with (pg_dump and psql)! Hasura’s GraphQL […]
GraphQL is an exciting new query language that’s transforming the way we think about APIs. Used in production by Facebook, GitHub, and Shopify, it challenges RESTful API design by empowering consumers to query for exactly the information they need. In this talk, I will give an introduction to the query language, how GitHub uses it […]
Claudia Matosa (@claudiamatosa) – Software Engineer @ YLD.io Modern client-side web applications need to deal with large amounts of data. Very often, the information required to build interfaces comes from different databases and API endpoints. As micro-service architectures increase in popularity, how can front-end developers create structures that are robust and straightforward to set up […]
In this video we’ll learn how to build a GraphQL API server backed by Rails, PostgreSQL and Devise authentication. The beginning of the video covers creating the Rails app and defining our schema and seed data. At 12:18 we add GraphQL and define the query schema along with authentication. Source code can be found in […]
Marc-André Giroux and Dylan Thacker-Smith, Shopify In this talk, we’ll explore how Shopify designed and built its GraphQL API to make it easy for any team to extend and use our GraphQL schema. This includes how we built our own schema definition layer on top of the GraphQL Ruby gem, how we seamlessly included batching […]
Brandon Black, GitHub At GitHub we build products and tools to help empower developers and enable them to collaboratively build software with millions of other developers from all around the world. Internally, we use those same tools to build GitHub itself, and externally we support a broad eco-system of innovative products and services that work […]
Apollo and Meteor founder and CEO Geoff Schmidt kicks off GraphQL Summit 2016 by showing the rise of GraphQL amongst serious companies, GraphQL-first as an emerging development pattern, and a rapidly growing open source ecosystem. Learn more about GraphQL Summit: Get insights into your GraphQL apps with a free trial of Apollo Optics: Join our […]
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This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for image uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic image upload application. The […]
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for file uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic file upload application. The […]