What is PostGraphile?
Execute one command (or mount one Node.js middleware) and get an instant high-performance GraphQL API for your PostgreSQL database
PostGraphile is a tool in the Query Languages category of a tech stack.
PostGraphile is an open source tool with 7.5K GitHub stars and 367 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to PostGraphile's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses PostGraphile?
8 companies use PostGraphile in their tech stacks, including Terrafarm, Legends of Learning, and Storyscript.
12 developers use PostGraphile.
Node.js, PostgreSQL, ExpressJS, Koa, and GraphQL are some of the popular tools that integrate with PostGraphile. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with PostGraphile.
Why developers like PostGraphile?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use PostGraphile
- instant GraphQL schema via reflection over PostgreSQL database API
- compiles complex GraphQL queries into very few SQL statements resulting in high performance
- built entirely from plugins - heavily customisable
- support for PostgreSQL RBAC and RLS
- watch mode (monitors for database schema changes) for great DX
- standalone server, express middleware, or GraphQL schema
- integration with Express auth via pgSettings (e.g. Passport.js, optional)
- JWT auth (optional)
- very strong support for PostgreSQL functions
- simple to set up and scale
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