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GraphQL Bali #001

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DevTools Bali

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

The first GraphQL Bali!

Join us for an insightful session where we delve deeper into GraphQL, API, and related topics plus connect with the community.

Details

Title: GraphQL Bali 001 Meetup

Date and time: 21st December 2023, 7.00 PM - 10:00 PM

Venue: BWork Bali

Price: Free to attend, Food and drinks provided

Organizer: Rocket Connect

Partners: HubQL

Thank you to https://hasura.io/ for sponsoring food and drinks for the event.

Looking to speak?

We are looking for speakers for this event, you can submit your talk here:

https://forms.gle/kPUW29sJhGnBCKgM9

Agenda

07:00 - 07:30 PM: Networking, Food, Drinks

07:30 - 07:40 PM: Intro By BWork Bali

Speaker: BWork Bali

Organization: BWork

X Handle: @BWorkBali

07:40 - 08:40 PM: Debugging GraphQL

Speaker: Dan Starns

Organization: Rocket Connect

X Handle: @dan_starns

Description: When resolving a GraphQL query, lots of operations could be happening under the hood, for example, you could be:

  • Making database calls

  • Invoking nested resolvers

  • Calling other subgraphs

  • Linking in your custom business logic

From button click to database call, how much do you really know what's going on? With tools like Network Inspector only giving you the first part of the equation ‘browser to server’, you are left to your own devices.

Join Dan Starns in Debugging GraphQL Like a Pro.

8:40 - 9:40: Build graphs, not APIs

Speaker: Akshaya Acharya

Organization: Hasura

X Handle: @HasuraHQ

Description: Data access via APIs is a core piece of any application development workflow, but building APIs is tedious. Tasks such like CRUD, data pipelines, and cross data source joins are critical to every app but the real value lies in modeling domains and data

What if you could skip all the repetitive plumbing tasks associated with building APIs? With the supergraph you can! Using GraphQL you can query the supergraph and get consistent features like joins, filtering, and aggregations across all data sources. Set permissions where they belong: at the model level, where they can be applied to absolutely any query.

In this talk, I will introduce the concept of the supergraph. After which I will run through a live demo of how to use Hasura to build a supergraph that connects the GitHub API with a users database.

GraphQL Bali #001

Primary Photo for DevTools Bali

DevTools Bali

In-Person

Address available to attendees

The first GraphQL Bali!

Join us for an insightful session where we delve deeper into GraphQL, API, and related topics plus connect with the community.

Details

Title: GraphQL Bali 001 Meetup

Date and time: 21st December 2023, 7.00 PM - 10:00 PM

Venue: BWork Bali

Price: Free to attend, Food and drinks provided

Organizer: Rocket Connect

Partners: HubQL

Thank you to https://hasura.io/ for sponsoring food and drinks for the event.

Looking to speak?

We are looking for speakers for this event, you can submit your talk here:

https://forms.gle/kPUW29sJhGnBCKgM9

Agenda

07:00 - 07:30 PM: Networking, Food, Drinks

07:30 - 07:40 PM: Intro By BWork Bali

Speaker: BWork Bali

Organization: BWork

X Handle: @BWorkBali

07:40 - 08:40 PM: Debugging GraphQL

Speaker: Dan Starns

Organization: Rocket Connect

X Handle: @dan_starns

Description: When resolving a GraphQL query, lots of operations could be happening under the hood, for example, you could be:

  • Making database calls

  • Invoking nested resolvers

  • Calling other subgraphs

  • Linking in your custom business logic

From button click to database call, how much do you really know what's going on? With tools like Network Inspector only giving you the first part of the equation ‘browser to server’, you are left to your own devices.

Join Dan Starns in Debugging GraphQL Like a Pro.

8:40 - 9:40: Build graphs, not APIs

Speaker: Akshaya Acharya

Organization: Hasura

X Handle: @HasuraHQ

Description: Data access via APIs is a core piece of any application development workflow, but building APIs is tedious. Tasks such like CRUD, data pipelines, and cross data source joins are critical to every app but the real value lies in modeling domains and data

What if you could skip all the repetitive plumbing tasks associated with building APIs? With the supergraph you can! Using GraphQL you can query the supergraph and get consistent features like joins, filtering, and aggregations across all data sources. Set permissions where they belong: at the model level, where they can be applied to absolutely any query.

In this talk, I will introduce the concept of the supergraph. After which I will run through a live demo of how to use Hasura to build a supergraph that connects the GitHub API with a users database.

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