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Apr 19, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Django and GraphQL: Demo project with Graphene

Tigran Bayburtsyan Cofounder and CTO at Hexact, Inc. Software scalability expert!

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3 Replies to "Django and GraphQL: Demo project with Graphene"

  1. Any and all graphQL servers can be introspected with GraphiQL. Dev mode has nothing to do with it. The spec itself specifies that.

  2. Under “setting up models” and “…graphene” sections above…

    There are a couple code examples with indentation issues, publishing issues?
    Just noting that ‘cut n paste’ will not work from those sections.

    1. Thanks for the catch, that should be fixed now. There’s also a link to the GitHub repo for further reference.

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