How to use the join-monster.default function in join-monster

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github CSG4 / super-graphiql / packages / super-graphiql-react / example / server / SQL / resolvers / student.js View on Github external
getStudent: (parent, args, { models }, info) =>
      joinMonster.default(info, args, sql =>
        models.sequelize.query(sql, { type: models.sequelize.QueryTypes.SELECT }),
      ),
  },
github CSG4 / super-graphiql / packages / super-graphiql-react / example / server / SQL / resolvers / subject.js View on Github external
getSubject: (parent, args, { models }, info) =>
      joinMonster.default(info, args, sql =>
        models.sequelize.query(sql, { type: models.sequelize.QueryTypes.SELECT }),
      ),
  },
github acarl005 / join-monster-graphql-tools-adapter / src / schema.js View on Github external
user(parent, args, ctx, resolveInfo) {
      return joinMonster(resolveInfo, ctx, sql => {
        return db.all(sql)
      }, { dialect: 'sqlite3' })
    }
  },

join-monster

A GraphQL to SQL query execution layer for batch data fetching.

MIT
Latest version published 11 months ago

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