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Grafbase is a unified data layer that accelerates queries to your data sources from anywhere in the world, delivering low latency to your users.
Connect your data sources and deploy a unified data layer in minutes with the Grafbase SDK.
Forget YAML files and clunky dashboards.
Unify your data layer without spending hours on integration.
Bring your data close to end users with just a few lines of code.
Compute at the edge
Run business logic like personalization, authentication or localization close to your users.
Focus on shipping products instead of building infrastructure.
Go from idea to production in seconds
The Grafbase workflow is built by developers, for developers to be efficient and elegant.
The Grafbase CLI provides a zero config local development environment that mimics production.
Grafbase automatically creates previews for each Git branch in your repository. All commits to your branch will trigger a new deployment.
Faster build times leads to faster delivery.
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Grafbase integrates seamlessly with your existing stack, and with the tools you already know and love.
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Tried @grafbase and was impressed how easy & fast it was to create your serverless GraphQL API + local instance 🔥
Current fantasy tech stack 🚀: - @nextjs - @tailwindcss - @typescript - @trpcio - @grafbase - @ClerkDev
As an engineer, I'm always on the lookout for tools that make my job easier and more efficient. @grafbase has quickly become a go-to for me in my #GraphQL development work. Its real-time query execution and intuitive schema management have saved me countless hours of debugging
Done playing with @Cloudflare Pages & Workers, for now. Now to learn some @grafbase and see how if it can play a role, because it is pretty nifty!
not sure if @grafbase is so good that it will actually obviate my entire job, or if it's good enough that i can use it at work without someone questioning my existence. either way, i am sold on the concept of "upload some SDL and query shit, stop worrying about the DB infra".