November 8, 2023

Apollo Client Office Hours with Alessia Bellisario

Alessia Bellisario and Jeff Auriemma talk about Apollo Client. Originally streamed in Apollo’s Discord on October 6, 2023. Transcript Jeff: Alright. We’re back at office hours after a bit of a hiatus. This is really exciting. Welcome back to everybody who’s joined us before, welcome to anybody who’s joining us for the first time. This […]

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November 6, 2023

Deploying the Apollo Router at Apollo

Apollo doesn’t just build Federation – we use it internally as well. Like many of our customers, we recently upgraded a fleet of Apollo Gateway instances to Apollo Router. This fleet ran the superschema for our “Apollo Studio” graph in multiple variants: development, staging, and production. Our team recently upgraded to the Apollo Router with […]

October 31, 2023

New GraphQL observability and insights in GraphOS Studio

As API platform teams continue to back Apollo Federation as the standard for GraphQL architecture at scale, graphs have rapidly become more sophisticated — expanding across innumerable teams, services, clients, and business units. As sophistication increases, so too does the need for powerful and user-friendly observability, tailored to the needs of graph owners. Today, Apollo […]

October 24, 2023

Announcing official Apollo Federation support for .NET with Hot Chocolate and Federation 2!

Apollo Federation is an open specification for exposing API services as a single GraphQL access layer, known as a supergraph. In a supergraph, you connect and curate your services through smaller, modular graphs called subgraphs. There’s a vibrant ecosystem of community-led frameworks that let you write subgraphs in every common language, bolstered by official Apollo […]

October 11, 2023

GraphOS Persisted Queries are generally available

Unbounded operations are generally considered a benefit of GraphQL, giving client developers unprecedented flexibility when experimenting and developing apps. However, while this flexibility is greatly appreciated in development environments, allowing it in production adds unnecessary surface area to GraphQL endpoints which generally serve only first-party clients. Instead, your production graph should adhere to the principle […]


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November 8, 2023

Apollo Client Office Hours with Alessia Bellisario

by Dylan Anthony