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Fully-featured, simple to set up, performant and extendable GraphQL JavaScript server

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Integration with other environments#

If you have a different environment that you want to integrate with, you can implement your middleware/handler like the example below.

GraphQL Yoga understands WHATWG Request object object to consume your HTTP request. So you need an adapter implementation between your environment and WHATWG standard objects.

import { createServer } from '@graphql-yoga/common' import { Request } from 'cross-undici-fetch' // or fetch-like library const yoga = createServer<MyRandomCtx>() export function myMiddleware(req: MyRandomRequest, ctx: MyRandomCtx) { // req.url is a full url here not a relative path const request = new Request(req.url, { method: req.method, headers: req.headers, body: req.body, // req.body should be a valid BodyInit like an AsyncIterable, a ReadableStream, a Node.js Readable, a string or a Buffer etc... }) // Second parameter becomes your server context const response = await yoga.handleRequest(req, ctx) // response is a WHATWG `Response` object // Create a headers object for your middleware response const headersObj: any = {} response.headers.forEach((value, key) => { headersObj[key] = value }) // Let's say your environment needs to return something like the below; return { statusCode: response.status, body: response.body, // static responses will disable subscriptions // body: await response.text() If it accepts a string // body: await response.json() If it accepts a json // body: response.body if it accepts a ReadableStream or an AsyncIterable // body: Readable.from(response.body) if it accepts a Node.js Readable headers: headersObj, // We assume that your environments accepts a regular JS object for response headers } }