How to use the apollo-server-micro.makeExecutableSchema function in apollo-server-micro

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github fanout / fanout-graphql-tools / examples / micro / src / index.ts View on Github external
} from "fanout-graphql-tools";
import { MapSimpleTable } from "fanout-graphql-tools";
import * as http from "http";
import micro from "micro";
import { SimpleGraphqlApi } from "../../../src/simple-graphql-api/SimpleGraphqlApi";

 * WebSocket-Over-HTTP Support requires storage to keep track of ws-over-http connections and subscriptions.
 * The Storage objects match an ISimpleTable interface that is a subset of the @pulumi/cloud Table interface. MapSimpleTable is an in-memory implementation, but you can use @pulumi/cloud implementations in production, e.g. to use DyanmoDB.
const connectionStorage = MapSimpleTable();
const pubSubSubscriptionStorage = MapSimpleTable();

const schema = makeExecutableSchema(SimpleGraphqlApi());

const apolloServer = new ApolloServer({
  context: WebSocketOverHttpContextFunction({
    grip: {
      // Get this from your Fanout Cloud console, which looks like{realm-id}?iss={realm-id}&key=base64:{realm-key}
      // or use this localhost for your own default installation
      url: process.env.GRIP_URL || "http://localhost:5561",

// Note: In micro 9.3.5 this will return an http.RequestListener instead (after
// Provide it to http.createServer to create an http.Server