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GraphQL Inspector

May 22, 2019 by Tomek

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GraphQL is really about collaboration, and the teams that get furthest are those who can work seamlessly together on their GraphQL API.

This idea is well-known for the members of The Guild know from open-sourcing amazing graphql tools. Its members work constantly on new solutions aiming to automate & increase the type-safety of our GraphQL projects. After open-sourcing such tools as GraphQL Code Generator or GraphQL Modules, their next work seen daylight - the GraphQL inspector

GraphQL Inspector is a tool published by Kamil Kisiela, that detects changes, similar or duplicated types, validates documents against a schema and looks for deprecated usage.

Example

Key features/commands:

  • diff - that detects breaking or dangerous changes,
  • validate - validates documents against a schema & searches for deprecated usage,
  • similiar - lists similar types in order to find duplicates,
  • coverage - finds unused parts of GraphQL Schema based on clients’ fragments & operations.

The tool is available as:

There is also a programmatic API available in case you want to build something on the top of it on your own.

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Tomek Poniatowicz
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