graphql-ruby is almost two years old! Today, I’m adding a new element to the project,
I have three goals with
- Provide robust, easy-to-use integrations with third-party tools
- Open a formal feedback loop with teams using GraphQL
- Prevent open-source burnout
Additionally, I’m starting a GraphQL Ruby newsletter.
GraphQL::Pro provides some integrations with third-party tools:
- Authorization plugins for Pundit and CanCan (or custom auth)
- Improved connections for ActiveRecord
- Instrumentation for app monitoring platforms (New Relic, Scout and Skylight).
As time goes on, I’ll keep an eye out for other integrations that could be included in
GraphQL::Pro. (If you have a suggestion, I’d love to hear it!)
Some teams adopt GraphQL as a foundational element of their application. I’d like to provide them service (and peace of mind) as they build on that investment.
GraphQL::Pro customers have my ear for any performance issues, bugs or feature requests. They also have an assurance that I’ll continue to maintain and improve
I really enjoy working on
graphql-ruby and I’m excited about the work to be done in 2017. But it’s no secret that open-source work can become an unrewarding, thankless grind. Charging money for
GraphQL::Pro provides me with a simple, concrete “reward” to continue the work. I hope this will be good for me, for the project, and for others who are invested in the project.
If any of this sounds good to you, you can buy
GraphQL::Pro at http://graphql.pro !