We'll explore the basics of using GraphOS, Apollo's GraphQL API development platform. Taking an existing GraphQL API, we'll harness the power of the cloud router, analyze operation metrics and use
@defer to improve our client performance. We'll dive into the structure and benefits of a federated GraphQL architecture, also known as the supergraph.
Identify the components of a supergraph, or a federated GraphQL architecture (the router and subgraphs)
Create a supergraph on GraphOS using an existing GraphQL API
Configure a cloud-hosted router to allow locally-running clients to send queries
Create a public variant
Run and save operations using the Explorer IDE
Analyze operation and field metrics
Set up client awareness
@defer directive to improve a query's performance
Expand your API with a new business domain. Learn how to use GraphOS and the federated GraphQL architecture to easily add new capabilities to your API.
Launch API changes with confidence using the GraphOS schema registry, schema checks and graph insights.