Airheart almost immediately attracted more than 80,000 users with their launch in May 2021. They had to scale quickly to be able to sustain their fast growth while keeping costs as low as possible. Let’s dive into their architecture to understand how GraphCDN's GraphQL edge cache helped Airheart scale.
Welcome Thomas Heyenbrock to GraphCDNNovember 3rd, 2021
We're thrilled that Thomas Heyenbrock, previously data scientist and Head of Analytics, is joining our team here at GraphCDN to take our GraphQL Analytics offering to the next level!
Instatus allows its customers to create status pages for their products and services. Let's dive into their architecture to understand how GraphCDN's GraphQL edge cache helped reduce their infrastructure costs by a whopping 86%.
What makes urql different from other GraphQL clientsOctober 14th, 2021
In an ecosystem where two other options already dominated, we had to prove that there's still space for a third opinion in the ecosystem — one that is Novel, Versatile and Intuitive.
Welcome Sue Odio to GraphCDNOctober 4th, 2021
We knew from the very first days that we wanted to invest in building the best team possible. That's why we feel so incredibly fortunate that Sue Odio is joining the team here at GraphCDN to lead our Operations & People!
Welcome Jovi De Croock to GraphCDNOctober 1st, 2021
We're pumped that Jovi De Croock, core team member of the GraphQL client urql as well as Preact, is now a part of the team here at GraphCDN!
Welcome Andy Richardson to GraphCDNSeptember 30th, 2021
We're thrilled that Andy Richardson, lead maintainer of the GraphQL client urql as well as creator of the urql-devtools and subscriptionless, is joining the team here at GraphCDN as a software engineer!
Welcome Marko Locher to GraphCDNSeptember 29th, 2021
Nothing is more frustrating than asking an in-depth technical question and getting a disappointing answer. That's why we're fortunate that Marko Locher is joining the team here at GraphCDN to run Customer Success!
Welcome Phil Pluckthun to GraphCDNSeptember 27th, 2021
We're very excited that Phil Pluckthun, the creator of the GraphQL client urql as well as many other open source projects, is joining the team here at GraphCDN as a software engineer!
How Skillshare moved to a federated GraphQL APISeptember 23rd, 2021
In 2018, Skillshare's REST API had become a performance and maintainability bottleneck. Luis joined the team in March 2018 as they had started thinking about moving to Node, and he suggested they try GraphQL…
We are excited to announce that GraphCDN has acquired FastQL! We'll be transitioning all existing FastQL customers to GraphCDN over the coming months and Zach Hobbs, the creator of FastQL, is going to be advising GraphCDN.
Announcing GraphCDN, the CDN for GraphQL APIsJune 17th, 2021
GraphCDN is now available for everybody with edge caching, query analytics, error tracking and protection from malicious queries for your GraphQL APIs.
Chats about urql: with Max StoiberMarch 23rd, 2021 · formidable.com
A chat with Max Stoiber, the co-founder of GraphCDN, about why they use urql for their production website.
Why Bedrock uses urql as its GraphQL clientMarch 15th, 2021 · bedrock.mxstbr.com
urql is a GraphQL client created by the folks at Formidable Labs. We have used it for all of our projects over the past two years. Here's why.
How Prisma solves the N+1 Problem in GraphQL ResolversJune 26th, 2020 · youtube.com
A talk by Tim Suchanek, co-founder of GraphCDN, at Prisma Day 2020 about how Prisma solves the famous N+1 problem automatically.
How Prisma and GraphQL fit togetherMay 19th, 2019 · prisma.io
There are many confusions around the relationship Prisma has with GraphQL. In this article, Tim Suchanek, co-founder of GraphCDN, clarifies how developers should think about GraphQL and Prisma.
Securing Your GraphQL API from Malicious QueriesFebruary 21st, 2018 · apollographql.com
With GraphQL you can query exactly what you want whenever you want. That is amazing for working with an API, but also has complex security implications.