What is Trace?
It is a lightweight, open-source GraphQL query performance monitoring GUI that provides users with real-time, resolver-level performance tracing metrics and error logging. At its inception, Trace was created for the developer looking for a straightforward option for query performance monitoring on their Express-GraphQL server -- without having to install hefty libraries full of tools they'll never use such as Apollo or Hasura.
Trace is a tool in the GraphQL Tools category of a tech stack.
Trace is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Trace's open source repository on GitHub
- Real-time, resolver-level query performance data collection from your GraphQL server
- Visualization of individual query traces and averages
- Insights on the averages and counts of root operations and specific resolvers
- Error tracking for queries that fail during the GraphQL parsing, validation, or execution phase
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