With Visual Graph, you can explore and onboard large schemas quickly and efficiently. It also includes visual schema creator.
The API platform is a tree-based GraphQL query builder. It lets you build queries with just a few simple clicks and input data in easy-to-navigate user friendly forms.
Schema libraries allow you to import one schema to another. You cannot see the imported nodes directly in the code editor but you can see them in the Graph view
With the self-deployed cloud backend, you can query your GraphQL Schema and get type-safe responses right away, immediately after starting your project.
Easy to create types, queries, mutations, and interfaces in Graphql. We can resolve the error while creating the GraphQL schema. We can our schema and connections between types and queries auto-updated. Either we can create our own schema or we can import and upload from Graphql. We can also create fake API, Rest API.
I'm lovin the @HasuraHQ + GraphQL Zeus combo so far, writing a query is still a bit verbose but at least I get type hints.
One and the only visual display for GraphQL Relations and relations at all. What if SQL has this kind of tool?
GraphQL Editor is a great choice for anyone looking to build or work with GraphQL APIs. With its user-friendly interface, powerful features, and support for collaboration and code generation, it provides a complete solution for designing, testing, and deploying GraphQL schemas.
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