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.
I joined Dgraph exactly one week before the COVID lockdown was announced. Starting at an open-source database company with no experience with their tech stack, unable to meet any of the team members, the company laptop stuck in transit, patchy home internet — not the induction I had planned for.