This article will guide you through signup up for Slash GraphQL and creating your first deployment.
Register a new Slash GraphQL Account If you already have an account, you can skip ahead to the next section.
We are happy to announce that Dgraph v20.07.0 (or more fondly called Savvy Shuri) has been released. Starting from this release, we have decided to name our major releases after characters and personalities that inspire and motivate us.
Slash GraphQL is production-ready GraphQL as a Service, which creates a managed GraphQL backend with native GraphQL support using Dgraph so that you can focus on your GraphQL app instead of tables or infrastructure.
In an application, a frontend client sends requests to a backend server and gets responses. Sometimes, the backend needs to notify the client whenever that response changes: for example, any app that involves notifications.