OneGraph Wants to Make API Integrations Easier with GraphQL

OneGraph, a startup that aims to make popular SaaS APIs available through a single GraphQL endpoint, has launched.

The company, which is part of YCombinator's Summer 2018 class, claims that its service can help developers "build robust integrations 10x to 100x faster." It currently supports APIs from popular providers including Salesforce, Stripe Twitter, Twilio and Google Cloud Platform.

GraphQL, a query language for APIs, was originally developed by Facebook and open sourced in 2015. OneGraph's founders say that they decided to build a platform based on GraphQL after experiencing first hand the challenges associated with implementing API integrations.

"We saw that [GraphQL] could be a query language for all of the APIs we wanted," they explained. "We can express our data requirements—even between services—succinctly, and let a single execution engine figure out how to translate those requirements to specific API calls."

OneGraph is currently offering a free plan that supports up to 3 integrations and 5,000 requests per month. Paid plans are coming soon.

 

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