GraphQL Editor has a variety of features focused on collaboration and making things easier for both frontend and backend. Build an MVP product with lighting speed, unlock the power of GraphQL prototyping!
GraphQL Editor is a supportive tool for both advanced GraphQL users as well as those taking their first steps with GraphQL APIs. Our all-in-one development environment for GraphQL will help you build, manage & deploy your GraphQL API much faster thanks to dozens of built-in features. Its graphical interface will also simplify communication within your product team. Visualization is the key!
GraphQL Editor is a tool that lets you understand GraphQL schemas even if you are not a programmer. You can create your schema just by joining visual blocks and GraphQL Editor will transform them into code, which is helpful when you are prototyping your new application. That is why GraphQL Editor is especially useful if you are a project manager or a business manager. Build your own schema with GraphQL Editor without having any knowledge of programming!
Users can create a new environment for their GraphQL development operations. They can even prototype their schema with the help of visual blocks. Users can import schemas, generate fake backends and frontend & backend teams can start working immediately without waiting for anyone to set up.
Generated code allows developers - both backend and frontend - to easily understand what elements an application should consist of, how to start building its structure and what functions the application should perform.
The prepared schema together with the self deployed mock backend enables independent work of backend and frontend teams. That’s a real boost in the process of creating a new app and it is possible to achieve by just conducting an interview with a client, getting to know their expectations and simply putting that into a visual schema.
The main feature of our IDE is facilitating building and managing a GraphQL schema.
The most important feature of GraphQL for business users is that it’s language agnostic. It’s not created to work with a specific technology. It’s a query language with its own rules for most popular programming languages. By learning a little bit of schema definition language, you’re able to communicate with all kinds of developers and unlock the power of prototyping for whatever you need.