What is GraphQL Nexus?
GraphQL Nexus is a tool in the GraphQL Tools category of a tech stack.
GraphQL Nexus is an open source tool with 693 GitHub stars and 73 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to GraphQL Nexus's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses GraphQL Nexus?
6 companies reportedly use GraphQL Nexus in their tech stacks, including Wunderflats, PLUGIN Corp., and You Got Bud.
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use GraphQL Nexus.
Pros of GraphQL Nexus
Use with Apollo
GraphQL Nexus's Features
- Prisma Integration
- Apollo Integration
- Schema Generation
- Compatible with the GraphQL ecosystem
- Generates SDL & TS definitions
- Expressive, declarative API for building schemas
- No need to re-declare interface fields per-object
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