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Sep 7, 2021 · Chris Shaw · Life at Apollo
There are a lot of moving parts in GraphQL and it can feel a bit overwhelming to piece them together, especially for beginners! Maybe you’ve gone through a couple of tutorials, written some code, but can’t quite wrap your head around how all these pieces work together. Or maybe you’ve tried out a few GraphQL […]
Sep 3, 2021 · Michelle Mabuyo · Basics, GraphQL
Welcome to part 2 of our blog series exploring the best practices for guiding the development of GraphQL schemas at your company. In part 1, we reviewed the first five best practices, and here we’ll cover the second five. If you’d prefer a lean-back version of all ten, check out a recording of my talk […]
Aug 30, 2021 · Dan Boerner · GraphQL Champions, Schema Design
When I first started learning about GraphQL, I thought that I needed a special tool to make GraphQL requests. Luckily, you don’t! While we recommend using Apollo Studio’s Sandbox, since GraphQL runs on top of HTTP, it’s possible to make GraphQL requests using any of the tools you were accustomed to using building out your […]
Aug 20, 2021 · Khalil Stemmler · Basics, Examples, GraphQL
Schemas are at the center of GraphQL’s ability to capture a shared and a unified representation of our data, services, and digital capabilities. Yet, how do we manage a process for agreeing on this representation? How do we ensure it balances the needs of all the parties involved, and leads to the outcomes we seek? […]
Aug 19, 2021 · Dan Boerner · GraphQL Champions, Schema Design
Apollo Android is a GraphQL client that generates Java and Kotlin models from GraphQL queries. These models give you a type-safe API to work with GraphQL servers. Apollo helps you keep your GraphQL query statements together, organized, and easy to access.
This tutorial demonstrates adding the Apollo Android SDK to an app to communicate with a GraphQL server.
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In this talk we will be talking about the path we took to bring Kotlin Multiplatform support and the challenges we faced along the way. We will touch topics such as migrating code from Java to Kotlin Multiplatform for both the runtime and code generation, as well as documentation and publication of Multiplatform artifacts.