[erlang-questions] [ANN] GraphQL Erlang 0.8.0

Son Tran-Nguyen son@REDACTED
Wed May 24 04:22:56 CEST 2017

Hi Jesper,

I just want to say thank you for open source this. You can't imagine how
grateful I am to read that the library use binary for keys. Other
implementations in Elixir use atoms everywhere. With server that can take a
dynamic schema from users, using atoms is just bound to fill Erlang's atom

Again, thank you. I'm looking forward to using this.

On Mon, May 22, 2017 at 9:26 AM, Jesper Louis Andersen <
jesper.louis.andersen@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm happy to announce that ShopGun's GraphQL code is now open source:
> https://github.com/shopgun/graphql-erlang
> GraphQL (http://graphql.org) is a query language for the web which is an
> alternative to RESTful web services. There are some similarity to Joe's UBF
> stack as well, though it is a completely different take. Originally from
> Facebook, we implement a GraphQL engine which is almost fully featured in
> Erlang.
> I have a talk at the Erlang Users Conference 2017 on this project, but we
> are releasing the system early since we are far enough in its lifetime to
> do so, and there is little reason to keep it closed anymore. If you are
> interested in this project, please come see the talk :)
> Because GraphQL is a fairly large system, there is an accompanying
> tutorial to the project, which uses the graphql backend:
> https://github.com/shopgun/graphql-erlang-tutorial
> and it has a quite complete tutorial book written as well (pending some
> sections which is still being written)
> https://shopgun.github.io/graphql-erlang-tutorial/
> It is our hope that the tutorial will help people use the repository and
> build some great software on top of it.
> As always, comments are welcome. Either in this thread or in Issues in the
> projects if need be. PRs are also accepted and we want to encourage an open
> development strategy on the system. While the project probably still has
> some rough edges, we expect to grind them down over the coming months.
> Happy Hacking on behalf of the ShopGun team :)
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