GraphQL is gaining traction these days as a RESTful replacement for Mobile native applications and Single Page Applications built on top of React, Vue, and Angular. It is designed to resolve common issues with RESTful API, and has a lot of wonderful features; however, for most developers it is very hard to learn in the first place. In this section, we are going to walk through several light-graphql-4j examples and show you how to build your own GraphQL server.
There are several tutorials, and source code can be found at light-example-4j graphql folder.
This is a very simple Hello World query to show you how to get GraphQL up and running with light-codegen without using GraphQL IDL.
This is a similar example to Hello World with IDL to trigger the generation. It utilizes the star wars GraphQL IDL downloaded from the Internet.
This example shows you how to create a full-blown GraphQL service with both query and mutation.
This is the same example as the mutation but is generated from a schema.
This is to show you how to build a GraphQL service that is working with Relayjs.
This is to show you how to build a GraphQL service with subscriptions.