Ruby has a few different kinds of variables, and Ripper expresses them with a few different nodes.
GraphQL 1.8.0 was designed and built largely as a part of my work at GitHub. Besides designing the new Schema definition API, I migrated our codebase to use it. Here are some field notes from my migration.
1.8.0 will have a new class-based API for defining your schema. Let’s investigate the design choices in the new API.
This fall, several people presented their work on Ruby type checkers. So let’s take a look: what’s the big deal, and what have they been up to?
You can tell Ruby on Rails to respond to changes in certain files during development.
GraphQL 1.5.0 includes a new way to define a schema: from a GraphQL definition.
One way to keep an eye on your GraphQL schema is to check the definition into source control.
graphql-ruby 1.5.0 will be released. Query execution will be ~70% faster than 1.3.0!
GraphQL Pro 1.3.0 adds support for server-defined queries via
GraphQL::Pro::Repository. In this approach, GraphQL operations are stored on the server and clients invoke them by name.