Apr 2

Introducing First Class Support for GraphQL Ruby and GraphQL Strawberry

It’s no secret that GraphQL is typically associated with the JavaScript ecosystem.

  • GraphQL tightly integrates with React, the web’s most popular frontend library

  • Relay, one of GraphQL’s most mature clients, is built for React

  • And most of all, GraphQL’s reference implementation is written in JavaScript

Not only is there a strong association between GraphQL and JavaScript, but the majority of GraphQL tooling is built specifically for JavaScript flavors. But we also know there’s a big GraphQL ecosystem outside of JavaScript - and that’s why we’re introducing server plugins for non-JS GraphQL servers, starting with GraphQL Ruby and GraphQL Strawberry.

Our server plugins allow you to get up and running with Stellate’s GraphQL Metrics in minutes, gaining insight into your API’s performance, cacheability, and errors. You’ll also get visibility into how your API’s schema has evolved, which fields are unused and safe to deprecate, and which fields are slowing down your service.

GraphQL Strawberry

Python is known as being an approachable programming language and GraphQL Strawberry for Python is no different. Strawberry boasts integrations with all of the most popular python frameworks and leverages modern python semantics. Learn more about installing the GraphQL Strawberry plugin in our docs or GitHub repo.

GraphQL Ruby

GraphQL Ruby is the easiest way to add GraphQL to your Ruby or Rails app. GraphQL Ruby boats the same idiomatic DX that ruby developers know and love and feels instantly familiar to even novice ruby developers. Learn more about installing the GraphQL Strawberry plugin in our docs or GitHub repo.

Get Started Today

Stellate’s GraphQL server plugins are the quickest way to get insight into the performance and health of your GraphQL API. To learn more, head on over to our docs. Using a different GraphQL server? Let us know via support@stellate.co, as we will be adding more flavors over the coming months.