Most GraphQL libraries require developers to maintain two sources of truth for their GraphQL API: the schema and the corresponding code (data fetchers or resolvers, and types). Given the similarities between Kotlin and GraphQL, such as the ability to define nullable/non-nullable types, a schema can be generated from Kotlin code without any separate schema specification. graphql-kotlin builds upon graphql-java to allow code-only, or resolver-first, GraphQL services to be built.
For information on GraphQL, please visit the GraphQL website.
For information on graphql-java, please visit GraphQL Java.
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GraphQL Kotlin is a collection of libraries, built on top of graphql-java, that aim to simplify running GraphQL clients and servers in Kotlin.
Visit our documentation site for more details.
- clients - Lightweight GraphQL Kotlin HTTP clients based on Ktor HTTP client and Spring WebClient
- examples - Example apps that use graphql-kotlin libraries to test and demonstrate usages
- graphql-kotlin-federation - Schema generator extension to build Apollo Federation GraphQL schemas
- graphql-kotlin-schema-generator - Code only GraphQL schema generation for Kotlin
- graphql-kotlin-spring-server - Spring Boot auto-configuration library to create a GraphQL server
- graphql-kotlin-types - Core types used by both client and server
- plugins - Gradle and Maven plugins
While all the individual modules of
graphql-kotlin are published as stand-alone libraries, the most common use cases are running a server, and genereating a type-safe client.
More examples and documentation are available on our documentation site hosted in GitHub Pages. We also have the examples module which can be run locally for testing and shows example code using the libraries.
If you have a question about something you can not find in our documentation, the indivdual module READMEs, or javadocs, feel free to contribute to the docs or start a disucssion and tag it with the question label.
If you would like to contribute to our documentation see the website directory for more information.
🗞 Blog Posts and Videos
The Blogs & Videos page in the GraphQL Kotlin documentation links to blog posts, release announcements, conference talks about the library, and general talks about GraphQL at Expedia Group.
This project is part of Expedia Group Open Source but also maintained by a dedicated team
Expedia Group OSS
GraphQL Kotlin Committers
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If you have a specific question about the library or code, please start a disucssion for the community.
To get started, please fork the repo and checkout a new branch. You can then build the library locally with Gradle
```shell script ./gradlew clean build
See more info in [CONTRIBUTING.md](CONTRIBUTING.md). After you have your local branch set up, take a look at our [open issues](https://github.com/ExpediaGroup/graphql-kotlin/issues) to see where you can contribute. ## 🛡️ Security For more info on how to contact the team for security issues or the supported versions that receive security updates, see [SECURITY.md](./.github/SECURITY.md) ## ⚖️ License This library is licensed under the [Apache License, Version 2.0](LICENSE)
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the GraphQL Kotlin README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.