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Leonardo Losoviz
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May 13, 2020 ⋅ 12 min read

GraphQL directives are underrated

Leonardo Losoviz Freelance developer and writer, with an ongoing quest to integrate innovative paradigms into existing PHP frameworks, and unify all of them into a single mental model.

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3 Replies to "GraphQL directives are underrated"

  1. Good post thanks.

    Small correction that otherwise might confuse some:
    * “All others (analytics/logging/metrics, authorization, caching, configuring default values, validation) are of the *SCHEMA* type.”

  2. Great work !!. I have tried Custom Query-type directives which i have created but they are not working. Only skip and include are working on client query. Is there any reason for it ?

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