REST to GraphQL proxy

Use our simple, click-out REST to GraphQL proxy service instead of writing an entire GraphQL backend from scratch.

Rest vs Graphql

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  query getPizza ($lumberjack: Boolean) {
    pizza {
        salad @skip(if: $lumberjack)


01Unlock the power of GraphQL!

GraphQL requires only one endpoint & one query. All you have to do is structure the query to get the data you need and it will get that with just one round-trip to a single endpoint.

GraphQL vs REST

02Keep using your REST backend

Still prefer using REST on your backend? No problem! Just use our simple click-out proxy service to connect it to your GraphQL Editor schema and see how smooth it can work together.

easy onboarding

03Simple maintenance instead of building everything from scratch

You don't have to write a GraphQL backend from scratch! With our REST -> GraphQL proxy service you can easily connect your REST backend and start using all the features of GraphQL with just a few clicks and a little simple maintenance down the line.

simple maintenance

04Prepare for migration

Connect everything and see for yourself how it works together. Save yourself a lot of work and prepare for migration by using our simple proxy before you finally switch over from REST to GraphQL.

smooth migration

05Faster and bug-free development

There's very good reason why tech giants are switching from REST to GraphQL: type safety, faster development, easier prototyping, efficient data queries, simpler maintenance and ultimately faster time-to-market. Test it out yourself and switch over as soon as you want to.

GraphQL > REST

REST vs GraphQL

While the great REST vs GraphQL debate is still ongoing the entire point of a proxy is that you don't have to decide on one or the other. You can keep using REST on your backend and still use the advantages of GraphQL. This lets you find out the benefits yourself before you make the decision to switch over (or not, you can always keep using the proxy!) All it requires is mapping and matching the types and fields of your GraphQL schema with the REST API arguments. Afterwards all it requires is maintenance and eventual updates for new arguments and it will also function as preparation for the eventual migration. Instead of wondering about REST vs GraphQL go for combining REST + GraphQL.

REST to GraphQL proxy

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