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Nikolas Burk
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Steve Faulkner 17h
Replying to @southpolesteve
Does your GraphQL replacement have a type system, schema introspection, and GraphiQL-like API explorer that works out of the box with every API? You need these to replace GraphQL
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Nikolas Burk 7h
I think the point is that that's the people only *considering* it. People actually *using* it will talk about the type system, DX and massive overall productivity gains in product development. Performance is important but not the decisive factor for GraphQL.
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Urigo Oct 11
Replying to @dunglas
I especially like that part:
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Kévin Dunglas Oct 11
⚡️TL/DR: you don't need anymore! I'm very excited to introduce : a protocol to create fast client-driven REST APIs relying on HTTP/2 Server Push. An open source Gateway Server to use with any existing API is also available. 🔥
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Nikolas Burk Oct 11
Thanks Nader! , the new Prisma Framework makes working with databases easy! Here are the best ways to explore: 🤓 Tutorial: 🚀 Ready-to-run examples: Let me know if you have any further questions, happy to help! 🙌
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Nikolas Burk Oct 11
Replying to @carolstran
This is a great question we've recently had to answer as well. Our main guidelines are: • Ensure users can know when, how and what's tracked (docs page: ) • Ask for explicit consent before sending data
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CaroOooOoOolyn 👻 Oct 11
👩‍🔬 Opinions needed 👩‍🔬 Are you ok with open source projects having a telemetry feature that collects anonymous usage data? Assuming you can opt-out. RT for reach please 💞
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Chris Achard Oct 8
🔥 Intro to regex for web developers 👇
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Taz Singh Oct 7
What's your preferred way to write a GraphQL server backed by Postgres?
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Dennis Kortsch Oct 7
The 2 preview looks fantastic. This will save soo many dev hours! Now lets see how it handles some special custom cases...
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Alex Weidauer Oct 2
Very excited to launch our biggest project for developer education so far! 📚 Learn how to create a contextual assistant with open source and tools in the Masterclass:
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🔎Julia Evans🔍 Sep 30
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Sachin Jani Sep 26
Spotted one of the love of my life in 's talk @
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Nikolas Burk Sep 26
⁉️ Still an extremely common misconception: "Prisma is all about GraphQL". 💡Clarification: "Prisma is all about databases!" 👉Read more:
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Nikolas Burk Sep 24
I have a new technical writer colleague at and he just made it on the HN frontpage (currently #2) with his very first article written for us. Incredible! 🚀
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Prisma Sep 24
🧐 Curious about the difference between: • relational databases • document databases • key-value databases • graph databases • wide-column databases❓ 🚀 Discover how database types evolved to meet different needs!
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Phil Pluckthun Sep 16
Replying to @_philpl
3️⃣ we now have a tutorial on and more docs, including guides for how to write exchanges!
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Johannes Schickling Sep 16
💯 ORM usage in a nutshell. We're working on a new version of to fix it!
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Nikolas Burk Sep 13
Exactly! Prisma 2 doesn't require the database proxy server any more, definitely give it a try and let us know what you think 🙌
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Nikolas Burk Sep 13
Replying to @EmmaWedekind
Good luck Emma! 🍀
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