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My experience of #GraphQL #API consumer

Previously I built integrations via #REST client but the current service provided only GraphQL so I had to learn that.

I felt that the usage of GraphQL was a great excuse for not writing API documentation at all.
2/6 Instead of well-organized documentation pages with request/response examples, which could be built with @Redocly or various open-source libraries, GraphQL provider throws you into their Schema

It's like a 'good dad' throws you into the sea to teach you how to swim Image
3/6 When I learned how to breathe and got the surface, I found myself looking into all possible queries & mutations looking for the right one. But I liked that API scheme and playground were built into via Apollo Studio so I could try queries without switching context
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Blockchain + Web3 is revolutionary, but what is limiting their potential to change the world are the challenges involved in indexing and accessing data on the blockchain itself. @ZettaBlockHQ aims to address this issue.

Find out more in @CRE8RDAO AMA with ZettaBlock 👇
👉Background of the Team

• Has a #Web3 startup team that operates globally
• The team is led by two experienced co-founders, Scott Shi and Chi Zhang

🔸Scott Shi (@scottshics)
• Has over a decade of expertise in engineering
• Worked at companies like @Uber, @salesforce & EA
🔸 Chi Zhang
• Was a product manager at @databricks
• Holds a PhD from @UCBerkeley
• Experience in building data and #AI products
• Proven track record of supporting data-driven
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These #AI text generation algorithms are getting scarily good at general code, blogs and poems. But does it work on something so niche as @HL7 #FHIR?

My testing below 👇
Let's start simple, please generate me a #FHIR patient resource with a name and birth date. And yes ✅ it generates a flawless Patient instance with a name and birthDate value (that validates with no issues:…)

It even includes some extra explanation... Image
Let's make it a bit harder.

This algorithm remembers our previous conversation, so we can just continue with asking it to add an extension for capturing the patient's 'Race' value, for which the US Core IG has a common extension:… 👇 Image
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How I single-handedly bypassed #OpenSea's backend security model for profit. 🧵 👇

tl;dr code at…
For some background, I've been trying to code the upper hand on #NFT marketplaces for a couple of years now:……

These are some projects that made it, but there's a mountain of failed attempts that lay hidden behind the scenes.
I would scrape OpenSea's webpages and extract meaningful content from them.

Since most of the content is lazy-loaded via infinite scrolling, I'd use #puppeteer to scroll through the pages for me.…
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(1) Sigo trabajando con el clon de Gamezonia (desarrollado inicialmente en #angular para #react y hoy me he metido con el carrito de compra.
He cambiado la perspectiva de cómo lo hice antes y ahora en vez de un menú lateral, tengo un componente a página👇
(2) completa y hago en principio la gestión sin comerme mucho la cabeza. Guardo todo en un localStorage y gestiono con varias acciones dentro de un custom hook (useCart) y bueno, por el momento guay, mejorable pero seguimos avanzando.
Esto lo meteré en la librería👇
(3) "react-shop-ui" que estoy desarrollando y que todavía no quiero compartirlo oficialmente, ya que quiero documentarlo todo bien. Esta librería es el clon de ng-shop-ui:… que use para agilizar el proceso en el curso de MEAN+GraphQL y así enseñar👇
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#React and #ReactNative videos were definitely in the flow in 2021 and are expected to dominate 2022 as well! Better catch up on the top 10 #meetupvideos from last year so you won’t be falling behind. 😎…

#programming #developing #programmer #developer
Expert guide to React Navigation by @callstackio
Satya Sahoo and Mateusz Kosoń, #softwareengineers at Callstack, are talking about the #React Navigation library. During the conversation, they cover a wide range of topics related to it.…
Improving apps with Custom Hooks and React-Query by @_zachdtaylor
Zach Taylor will be going over two things that can greatly help you improve the quality of your React code: custom hooks and react-query.

#reactquery #customhooks #programming #react…
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The Graph Foundation is happy to welcome the leading GraphQL development team @TheGuildDev as a core developer!

The Guild has been awarded $48 million from @graphgrants to contribute to subgraph & protocol R&D to build out API features! #GraphQL 🔍✨🧵…
.@TheGuildDev is a top open-source developer group with experience building GraphQL tooling for top Fortune 500 companies & the open-source community. They create & maintain some of the most widely-used GraphQL tools & are an official GraphQL Foundation core member 👨‍💻👩‍💻
“We are honored to have The Guild team joining forces with other core developers in The Graph. The team’s experience is unparalleled and this commitment signifies a major shift in developer attention from web2 to web3.” 💬

- The Graph Foundation director @evabeylin
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Do you want to create a GraphQL API with Elixir?

Here are all the resources you need to get started.

A 🧵

#MyElixirStatus #graphql #elixir
Absinthe GraphQL

@absinthegraphql is THE GraphQL library you want to use. It is an amazing toolkit that implements the GraphQL specification in an idiomatic Elixir style.
Absinthe allows you to define schemas:

- define the data entities, queries, mutations, and subscriptions
- supports custom scalars
- allows deprecating definitions
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Schema-First ou Code-First
Você sabe a diferença entre essas duas abordagens no GraphQl? 👇🏻🧵


@sseraphini @wendeltsx @dinardito @KindSloth
O que é um Schema?

Um Schema no GraphQl define uma série de funcionalidades que estão disponíveis para o cliente, como os Types, Queries e Mutations.
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Our first speaker @gregjopa is on! Come and learn about JavaScript SDKs at PayPal.
Next up @GNUmanth talking about PWA and all the cool things coming up in web
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Our very own @VishwaMehta30 recently complied a list of the top 7 GraphQL IDEs to know about in 2021!

A thread ⤵️ #GraphQL
First up, the OG - GraphiQL (@graphql)!

With strong features like the visual query builder and the API documentation explorer make this an evergreen favorite.

• Link➡️…
• An online version ➡️
Next, we have Insomnia (@GetInsomnia)!

This amazing tool allows for collaboration across teams with its multiple workspaces and import/export features!
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There are two different approaches to GraphQL development.
1- schema-first development.
2- code-first development. #graphql
With schema-first development, you manually define your API’s schema using the GraphQL Schema Language. The code in your service only implements this schema.
With code-first development, you don’t have a schema file. Instead, the schema gets generated at runtime based on definitions in code.
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If you work with #GraphQL and are CURIOUS on what the recently open source released Domain Graph Service framework by @NetflixEng is ? I have attempted a really short summary of the same below 🧵👇
#Annotation-Based : The framework’s core revolves around the annotation-based programming model familiar to Spring Boot developers. Just start the Spring Boot application, the /graphql endpoint along with the query editor on /graphiql endpoint will be available.
#Java / #Kotlin : So you can say it is primarily ofadvantage for Java developers. Regardless of whether you use Java or Kotlin, the DGS framework provides an easy way to build GraphQL services in Spring Boot.
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#frontend engineers: What is your dream CI/CD pipeline? 🥰

Here is what we have at @contrahq 👇👇👇
precommit and prepush #git hooks are used to catch issues before they are pushed upstream.

* precommit runs only on staged files (takes few seconds)
* prepush runs #eslint #typescript and unit tests (takes up to 20 seconds)

Every time a commit is pushed:
1) We build a #docker image & bundle cypress and other development dependencies. This allows us to run all subsequent tasks using the same Docker image.

It is fast. Takes 2-4 minutes. 🏎
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X: when would you NOT use #AppSync?
me: since AppSync gives you managed #GraphQL server as a service, so if you need a REST API instead then you won't use AppSync. Also, you wouldn't use AppSync if you need GraphQL/Apollo features that are not supported by AppSync
X: what sorta features are you talking about?
me: you can't define custom scalar types (e.g. LatLon is a popular one), and implementation-specific features like Apollo federations for schema stitching, or utilities like data loaders…
X: ok, do you need them to build a product app?
me: no, you can absolutely build production apps without them, but these features can be very useful in some contexts, for example, Netflix uses federation heavily…
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A thread on #HeadlessCMS where you will know most of things about what it is, how is it different to traditional #CMS, why it matters, pros & con's, and the most popular Headless CMS.

👇 #100DaysOfCode
So before you understand what this #HeadlessCMS is all about, in the first place you should know need to understand the difference between a Headless CMS and a conventional (or traditional) #CMS.

👇 #100DaysOfCode
Traditional #CMS platforms, like Joomla for instance, come with a front-end delivery layer, otherwise known as the “head” — that dictates how the content is presented to the end-user (1/3).

,👇 #HeadlessCMS #100DaysOfCode
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How do y'all like to ramp up on new tech?

For me, when the need for a new language, library, framework, shiny thing, etc pops up - i find that i usually take the same general steps

and the 7-bullet list i jotted down in my notes became this thread:
1. pick a language, any language. or framework, library etc.

no tech is perfect. don't sweat it the choice too much. they all have pros and cons - but do try to pick one that has good community adoption so you can get help when you run into blockers
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the fact that you can write/mutate and read/query from the same call or transaction in #graphql.

powerful flexibility or anti pattern?
by same call i mean same transaction, same request response cycle
i think im seeing it right?

you can mutate/write, and fetch what was mutated/written in the same round trip. OK

but you can't query/read, and then mutate/write anything "on the side", which would violate side-effect free functions, and idempotence. OK again
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something is coming...

#serverless #appsync #graphql Image
Teaser #1

✅ landing page
✅ sign-in page
✅ user registration with Cognito
✅ sign-in & sign-out
✅ Home screen

This is the demo app we'll be building. For now, you can see the registration & sign-in/sign-out in action.

More updates soon!


Minor update - the website is up, and I'd love to hear your feedback on the curriculum.

Are there anything in particular that you'd like to learn? Am I missing anything glaringly obvious?
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Last Saturday, @souvikdg and @hallidude chatted about the pros and cons of @CraftCMS on…. If you are deciding on whether to adopt #CraftCMS, you will find this thread useful. (1/13)
@souvikdg @hallidude @CraftCMS .@CraftCMS is a general purpose Content Management System (CMS) which differentiates itself from other #alternatives by offering a clean starting point coupled with great tools to build a #website. (2/13)
@souvikdg @hallidude @CraftCMS .@CraftCMS features a clear separation of concern between the content models, presentation and business logic. Since you begin with a clean slate, you have to bring your own #HTML and #design. There is no starter theme.
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I have spent quite a bit of time with AppSync on a few projects, and it's really grown on me, big time. So much of what's difficult with API GW comes out-of-the-box.

Here are 5 things that really stood out (a long form blog post to follow soonish)

#serverless #aws #graphql

1. Coginot group-based authentication.

This is a big undertaking with API GW, you have to assign IAM roles to groups, set precedence order, then write a custom auth Lambda func & generate policy yourself.

With AppSync, it's built-in, literally a one-liner!

2. Request & response validation.

With API GW you need to set request model (not bad) but there's no response validation (the response model is only used for doc generation) so you have to roll your own.

With AppSync, it's just how GraphQL works, no extra work required.

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