What's New in Docs

Check out new, updated, and revised Stellate documentation.

New Documentation for February 2024

New GraphQL Security features

Persisted Operations - To bring caching and observability to POs, the Stellate CLI and API now support sending your Persisted Operations registry to Stellate. Stellate receives the persisted operation hashes, maintaining the desired security outcome without impeding performance and observability. Read the Persisted Operations documentation to learn more.

Security Filters - Stellate now includes documetation on our new Security Filters. With our other new features, the Security Filters will help you harden your GraphQL API so that you may continue to take advantage of GraphQL’s flexibility without sacrificing security. Check out our Edge Security Filter documentation.

New Schema Registry - Wondering what's going on in your graph? Schema Insights, Versions, and Explorer are here to help you understand & explore your graph, past and present - what’s used, what isn’t, and how each type and field is performing. Get to know Stellate's new Schema Registry by reading the Schema Registry documentation.

New Documentation for December 2023

Fusejs - Stellate Fusejs: The opinionated framework for creating typesafe data layers provides end-to-end typesafe data fetching for frontend teams at scale. Use Stellate Fuse.js to build a data layer that fetches data exactly how you need it.No more waiting for backend teams to update their APIs for you. Check out the Fuse.js website, the Fusejs documentation and the open source GitHub repository.

New Partial Query Caching - Learn how to use Stellate Partial Query Caching to split your queries and increase the volume of requests sent to caching, saving you infrastructure costs. Read the new Partial Query Caching documentation to find out more.

Cache Directives - With the release of cli version 2.7.0, we’re excited to introduce support for directive-based cache configuration. The stellate_cache directive enables you to define cache rules directly in your GraphQL schema. Read the new documetation on using Cache Directives to get started.