Kumar Abhirup
Jul 15, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Securing GraphQL API endpoints using rate limits and depth limits

Kumar Abhirup I am Kumar Abhirup, founder at Beam Community, Inc. I'm in school and from Pune, India. I write about coding, tech, and everything I know.

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3 Replies to "Securing GraphQL API endpoints using rate limits and depth limits"

    1. Hi Walter! Kumar here.
      Thank you so much for the comment, really appreciate the feedback!

      May I get a little more context here? What exactly isn’t working with Apollo 3, is it the graphql-rate-limit library, or the graphql-depth-limit library?

      I remember using these libraries on production for itsbeam[dot]com with Apollo 3, so if possible, I would love to take a look at your repo & perhaps help! (my email: hey[at]kumareth.com)

      If we find some issue together, will update this article, thanks a lot!

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