GraphQL+- is now DQL

Dgraph is the world's only native GraphQL database. We now have got fantastic GraphQL support and a serverless GraphQL platform, Slash GraphQL, all backed by an open source graph database.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 4)

The last in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the last of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation Continuing in our series as the fourth and final part we will discuss how to bring authentication into our Dgraph GraphQL endpoint with a custom mutation.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 3)

The third in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the third of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation Slash GraphQL‘s authorization mechanism uses signed JWTs.

Putting it All Together - Dgraph Authentication, Authorization, and Granular Access Control (PART 2)

The second in a 4-part series by community author Anthony Master. This is the second of a four part series: Building an Access Control Based Schema Authorizing Users with JWTs and Rules Authenticating Against a Dgraph Database and Generating JWTs Bringing Authentication into the GraphQL Endpoint as a Custom Mutation In this part we'll look at adding authorization to our schema with the @auth directive.