Here's an overview of all the available guides.
Follow this guide to enable autocompletion in your IDE. This helps a lot when defining your (GraphQL) Operations.
Learn how to run your WunderGraph application in a debugger.
This guide helps you to add a middleware to inject short-lived auth tokens into origin requests.
A fundamental feature of WunderGraph is to secure your GraphQL API by putting a RPC interface in front of it. But sometimes, you really want to directly expose your GraphQL API instead. In this case, you can follow this guide.
Some databases expose APIs with generic JSON fields. This guide helps you to extend these fields with more specific types to increase type-safety.
Learn how to use WunderGraph's built-in logging system.
Learn how to monitor your WunderGraph application.
This Guide helps you to configure Token based authentication.
Similarly to injecting a short-lived token, this guide helps you to sign requests, which is a requirement for some APIs.
This Guide helps you to configure Authorization with RBAC.
Easily integrate APIs with TypeScript Operations & GraphQL.
Use our built-in test server in combination with your auto-generated client to write type-safe tests.
Our recommended approach to test your frontend in combination with WunderGraph.
Use HTTP proxies when communicating with your upstream APIs.
Use our built-in mocking server to write integrations tests with ease.
Enable autocompletion in your IDE to leverage the full power of the virtual graph.
Add custom fields and resolvers to third party APIs that you cannot control.
Use a context factory to extend the WunderGraph server context.