Documentation

Explore our guides and examples to integrate WunderGraph.

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# Create a new project
npx -y @wundergraph/wunderctl init \
--template nextjs-starter
# Install dependencies and start
npm i && npm start

Introduction

Overview

Learn how to use and configure WunderGraph.

Getting Started

Installation

Step-by-step guides to get started with WunderGraph

Examples

Check out our examples to see how WunderGraph integrates with other tools

Tutorials

Follow our full-length tutorials to build and learn with WunderGraph from scratch

Guides

If you've got a specific use-case in mind, our Guides might help you get there faster.

Understanding WunderGraph

Use Cases

Learn more about what problems WunderGraph can solve for you

Architecture

Get a better understanding of the architecture of WunderGraph

Features

The most important features of WunderGraph explained

Data Sources

Get an overview of all the supported Data Sources

Reference

Core concepts

WunderGraph specific terminology explained

wunderctl reference

Learn how to use the WunderGraph CLI

Directives reference

Learn how to use Directives to configure Operations

wundergraph.config.ts reference

Learn to easily configure your WunderGraph applications

wundergraph.server.ts reference

Learn to easily customize your WunderGraph server

wundergraph.operations.ts reference

Customize your Operations

Join the community / getting help

If you need help, you can find us on GitHub or on our Discord server.

Discover Discussions or start a new one

If you're looking for existing discussions or want to start a new one, we'd like to encourage you to use GitHub Discussions , as things can sometimes get lost on Discord .

Submit an issue

If you have a problem with using WunderGraph, found a bug or want to suggest a feature, please submit an issue on GitHub .

Join the community

If you prefer to interact synchronously with the community, you can join our Discord server.

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