October 01, 2019 by Tomek
A while ago we have launched a new version of GraphQL Editor packed with features we believe can help developers save a lot of time & effort creating their GraphQL based APIs.
The GraphQL Editor is a supportive tool for both advanced GraphQL users as well as those making their first steps with GraphQL APIs. We still aim to solve two basic issues:
Some of them are totally new features, some might be well-known for GraphQL Editor early adopters but undergone some serious upgrades. Among them, you can find such features as:
GraphQL IDE - Prototype your schema or import your own and start working with GraphQL right away.
Built-in GraphiQL - Built-in most popular in-browser IDE for exploring GraphQL. No need to set up your own environment.
GraphQL Libraries - An idea similar to schema stitching, a much stable approach. Create new GraphQL schema from multiple underlying GraphQL APIs without conflicts.
Instant Fake Backend - Generate fake backend out of your schema in a no time thanks to Levenshtein algorithm.
Schema Visualization - Import your schema to the editor. You can do it both by importing GQL file or copying directly code.
And a lot more! You can read about the features here.
Do you want to try our mock backend from GraphQL app. It is in beta phase and 100% free.