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@anchan828/graphql-decorator v1.0.21

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Helps to build GraphQL schema with TypeScript.

It provide the following features:

  • Decorators(@ObjectType, @Schema, @NonNull, and more...) corresponding to GraphQL type system.
  • A function to create GraphQL Schema from decorated TypeScript class.

Getting started

This tool requires Node.js v4.4.0 or later.

npm i @anchan828/graphql-decorator

This tool uses ES.next Decorators and Reflect, so create tsconfig.json :

{
    "compilerOptions": {
        "module": "commonjs",
        "target": "es6",
        "noImplicitAny": false,
        "sourceMap": false,
        "moduleResolution": "node",
        "experimentalDecorators": true,
        "emitDecoratorMetadata": true
    },
    "exclude": [
        "node_modules"
    ]
}

And write .ts code such as:

/* main.ts */

import { Schema, Query, ObjectType, Field, schemaFactory } from "graphql-decorator";
const graphql = require("graphql").graphql;

// @ObjectType creates GraphQLObjectType from a class
@ObjectType()
class QueryType {
    @Field() greeting(): string {
        return "Hello, world!";
    }
}

// @Schema creates GraphQLSchema from a class.
// The class should have a field annotated by @Query decorator.
@Schema()
class SchemaType {
    @Query() query: QueryType;
}

async function main() {

    // create schema from annotated class
    const schema = schemaFactory(SchemaType);

    const result = await graphql(schema, `query { greeting } `);
    console.log(result.data.greeting);
}

main();

Finally, execute the above schema:

tsc main.ts && node main.js
# -> Hello, world!

Guide

Schema

You can declare a GraphQL schema class with @Schema, @Query and @Mutation decorators.

For example:

import { Schema, Query, Mutation } from "graphql-decorator";

@Schema()
class MySchema {
  @Query() query: RootQuery;
  @Mutation() mutation: Mutations;
}

A schema class should a field annotated by @Query, which represents that the type of this filed will be a root query of GraphQL. And the type of this field should be annotated by @ObjectType.

The field annotated by @Mutation also represents mutation of your GraphQL schema.

Object Type

You can annotate your class with @ObjectType()

For example:

@ObjectType()
class SomeObject {
  @Field() title: string;

  @Field() greeting(): string {
    return "Hello";
  }
}

The above example has 2 fields, the one is title and the another is greeting.

You can set the @Field decorator to your class's properties and methods. The fields annotated by @Field will be exposed as fields of this object in GraphQL schema. And when you set @Field to methods, the methods will work as the resolver function in schema.

Type of field

By the default, @Field detects GraphQLScalarType corresponding to the field type.

You can explicitly configure the type of the fields using type option.

@ObjectType() class User {
  @Field() name: string;
}

@ObjectType() class SomeObject {
  @Field({type: User}) user: User;
}

NonNull, List

You can use @NonNull and @List decorator. For example:

@ObjectType()
class User {
  @NonNull() @Field({type: graphql.GraphQLID})
  id: string;
}

@ObjectType()
class Query {
  @List() @Field({type: User}) getAllUsers(): Promise<User[]> {
    /* implementation for fetch all users */
  }
}

Resolver's arguments

You can use @Arg for declare arguments of resolver function. For example:

@ObjectType()
class MutationType {
  @Field({type: User}) deleteUser(
    @Arg({name: "id"}) id: string
  ) {
    /* implementation for delete user */
  }
}

And you can declare GraphQL InputObjectType with @InputObjectType decorator.

@InputObjectType()
class UserForUpdate {
  @Field() name: string;
  @Field() emal: string;
}

@ObjectType()
class MutationType {
  @Field({type: User}) updateUser(
    @Arg({name: "id"}) id: string,
    @Arg({name: "input"}) input: UserForUpdate
  ) {
    /* implementation for delete user */
  }
}

API Usage

T.B.D.

Examples

Please checkout exmaples folder in this repository.

License

This software is released under the MIT License, see LICENSE.txt.

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