WunderGraph Next.js with App Directory Starter
The NextJS App Directory example demonstrates the power of code generation, when it comes to integrating WunderGraph with frontend frameworks like Next.js.
- Install the dependencies and run the complete example in one command:
After a while, a new browser tab will open, and you can start exploring the application. If no tab is open, navigate to http://localhost:3000 .
Running WunderGraph will automatically introspect the data-source and generate an API for you. You can add more Operations (e.g. Queries or Mutations) by adding more "*.graphql" files to the directory
./wundergraph/operations. Each file becomes an Operation. The Operation name is not relevant, the file name is.
This example includes how to work with Server Components as well as Experimental Server Actions.
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