Hasura recently announced GraphQL Joins, a new set of capabilities that let developers instantly join data from across different GraphQL services to create a unified GraphQL API. Hasura does this using open source GraphQL standards, eliminating the need for custom code or upstream service changes.
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Cloudentity, an identity and authorization infrastructure company, has announced that its platform now supports the capability to secure GraphQL APIs. The company believes that pairing GraphQL with its automated authorization infrastructure allows developers to safely accelerate development.
Hasura has provided updates to its GraphQL engine that are aimed at simplifying data access across disparate sources. These updates include new REST Connectors, a new product called Data Hub, and Google Cloud Support.
Salt Security, an API security company, has updated its Salt Security API Protection Platform in an effort to offer more robust tooling for securing GraphQL APIs. These new tools leverage AI and ML to identify malicious efforts as early as possible, allowing developers to deploy mitigating efforts.
Six APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including GraphQL, Open Data, and Sustainability. Highlights include an API for keyword research and an API for grabbing favicons or shortcut icons from websites. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Apollo GraphQL, a provider of GraphQL API technologies, has announced the addition of several new enhancements to Apollo Federation, the company’s distributed GraphQL solution. These improvements include new tools for Apollo Studio, a new VS Code plugin, and a new CLI.
GraphQL Editor announced today the release of Version 3.0 of its flagship development tool. The new release of GraphQL Editor 3.0 offers a variety of new features that intended to improve the productivity of developers creating APIs according to the GraphQL specification.
DGraph, a San Francisco based startup focused on providing a full-powered native GraphQL backend service that operates at a global scale, announced the release of Slash GraphQL. The Slash DGraph platform provides a GraphQL data storage service that sits on top of DGraph’s graph database.
San Francisco based Apollo GraphQL announced today the release of the company’s next-generation tool for GraphQL programming, Apollo Client 3.0. ProgrammableWeb conducted an interview with the company’s CTO Matt DeBergalis where we discussed this new offering.
Hasura, a data access infrastructure company, recently introduced Hasura Cloud. Hasura Cloud provides secure and instant access to data across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. It uses the unified GraphQL API to achieve this cross-cloud capability. Hasura uses an API and security first model.
Hasura has introduced a new data federation feature: Remote Joins. Remote Joins allows developers to treat data across sources as a single database. The existing data sources do not need to be modified in order to utilize Remote Joins. A simple point and click creates unified access between sources.
An overview defining GraphQL and outlining five common vulnerabilities found in GraphQL developing: inconsistent authorization checks, vulnerable REST proxies, flimsy validation of custom skalars, inappropriate rate-limiting, and failure to shield public information.
In this episode of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock podcast, ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind and Bob Reselman talk GraphQL with Geoff Schmidt, co-founder of Apollo GraphQL; the leading solution provider for standing-up GraphQL-based APIs. Federation of "the graphs" was one of the many topics.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Sustainability, Contracts, and Law. Highlights include APIs for reforestation and workforce drug screening, and an API that provides legal electronic signature functions. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Cloudflare has recently announced the release of a new GraphQL Analytics API that the company sees as the answer to complications caused by a multi-API approach it had used until now. Using the new API customers can access all performance, security, and reliability data from a single endpoint.
GraphQL Subscriptions are a game-changer in the way developers interact with an API. They complement GraphQL's default non-subscription behavior in a way that both synchronous HTTP request/response communication and asynchronous event-driven interactions are available from a single API experience.
During Day 1 of the GraphQL Summit in San Francisco, Victor Quinn, Head of Engineering at Knotel reported in an exclusive interview with ProgrammableWeb that his company has achieved success and also had challenges using Apollo Federation to transform the way company uses GraphQL.
At the GraphQL Summit James Baxley, Engineering Manager of the Open-Source and Solutions Architecture Team at Apollo GraphQL announced new initiatives for CLI and Editor Tooling during an exclusive interview with ProgrammableWeb. These improvements are a result of ongoing end-user feedback.
The CEO of Apollo GraphQL predicted the rise of Omni Channel API development in an interview with ProgrammableWeb during the GraphQL Summit 2019 in San Francisco CA. Schmidt pointed out that the trend in application development is to move toward interaction styles that are natural to the end-user.
During Day 1 of GraphQL Summit, Tanmai Gopal, CEO, and co-founder of Hasura introduced his company’s declarative approach to creating GraphQL APIs during an exclusive interview with ProgammableWeb. Hasura is an open-source solution that provides complete support for the GraphQL specification.
At the GraphQL Summit, being held in San Francisco, Matt DeBergalis, Co-Founder, CTO at Apollo announced the release of the Apollo Client 3.0. Apollo Client is a development tool that reduces the labor involved in creating client-side GUI applications that interact with server-side GraphL APIs.
GraphQL makes using an API a more flexible undertaking, but it can come with the cost of increased complexity. This is where the benefit of third party GraphQL tools comes into play. GraphQL Editor uses the notion of visual programming to allow developers to create full-fledged APIs in GraphQL.
Recently at the second annual Kong Summit 2019 conference, Kong announced updates to several services and introduced a new product, Kong Studio. The new product is designed to help developers build and maintain APIs for REST and GraphQL.
With the most recent release of its namesake product, Postman is now capable of working with GraphQL-based APIs. ProgrammableWeb decided to take a closer look by reviewing the new feature. Postman is a utility that allows developers to execute HTTP requests against a given URL.