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July 31, 2023

Secure your GraphQL Microservices

Federation unlocks superpowers for our queries, enabling us to split up business logic and improve performance with features like @defer. However, these same powers can be abused if placed in the wrong hands, so it’s essential to limit who has access to them. The threats Many coordination features of a federated graph rely on an important […]

January 4, 2023

Add Rust to your GraphQL API with GraphOS

There are many excellent reasons to add Rust to your GraphQL backend—like the incredible performance and correctness that Rust can bring. While Rust is famously good at interoperability with many languages, GraphOS provides an even easier way! There has never been a better time to start oxidizing your API. Check out this video walking through […]

December 13, 2022

Add Python to your GraphQL API with GraphOS and Strawberry GraphQL

A supergraph helps you share responsibility for your organization’s data across multiple backend services (these are known as subgraphs). Different teams can work on different subgraphs in parallel, and better yet, each subgraph can use an entirely different language and framework! There are loads of subgraph-compatible libraries to choose from. In this post, we’ll look […]

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July 11, 2022

Apollo earns SOC 2 Type II compliance

by Tad Whitaker

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September 7, 2023

Office Hours: Apollo Server with Trevor Scheer

by Dylan Anthony

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