Welcome to GraphQL Editor Docs, your go-to resource for all things Apollo and GraphQL. Whether you're new to GraphQL or an experienced developer, we've got you covered.
At GraphQL Editor, we are passionate about helping developers harness the power of GraphQL. Our platform offers a comprehensive suite of features and tools to streamline your GraphQL development process. From schema design and documentation to code generation and deployment, we've got everything you need to build robust and scalable GraphQL APIs.
So whether you're a seasoned GraphQL expert or just getting started, join us at GraphQL Editor and take your GraphQL skills to the next level. Explore our GraphQL Playground, try out our online tools, and discover the endless possibilities of GraphQL. Let's unlock the full potential of GraphQL together.
Here in the GraphQL Editor Docs, you'll find everything you need to get started with GraphQL Editor. We have comprehensive tutorials, helpful guides, and reference material to help you take full advantage of the powerful features of GraphQL Editor.
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GraphQL Editor consists of these 4 core components: Visual Graph, API Console, Mock API, Microservices
Visual Graph: The Visual Graph is the main area of GraphQL Editor, where users can create their GraphQL schemas and APIs visually. It also contains an editor for writing custom GraphQL queries and mutations.
API Console: The API Console is a web-based interface for executing GraphQL queries and mutations against a GraphQL API. It is also used to debug and test your GraphQL schemas and APIs.
Mock API: The Mock API is a tool that allows users to quickly create a GraphQL API for testing and development purposes. It is a great way to get started with GraphQL before committing to building a full-fledged API.
Microservices Microservices are small, independent services that can be used to create a larger GraphQL API. These can be used to organize and modularize your GraphQL schemas and APIs. This part is dedicated to TypeScript Developers. You can deploy very fast backend out of them to Docker, Kubernetes, Azure and of course run instantly with our CLI