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    Graphql Zeus

    GraphQL client and GraphQL code generator with GraphQL autocomplete library generation ⚡⚡⚡ for browser,nodejs and react native
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    Strongly Typed GraphQL from the team at GraphQL Editor

    GraphQL Zeus is the absolute best way to interact with your GraphQL endpoints in a type-safe way. Zeus uses your schema to generate Typescript types and strongly typed clients to unlock the power, efficiency, productivity and safety of Typescript on your GraphQL requests.


    ⚡️ Types mapped from your schema
    ⚡️ Works with Apollo Client, React Query, Stucco Subscriptions (*more coming soon...)
    ⚡️ Works with Subscriptions
    ⚡️ Infer complex response types
    ⚡️ Create reusable selection sets (like fragments) for use across multiple queries
    ⚡️ Supports GraphQL Unions, Interfaces, Aliases and Variables
    ⚡️ Handles massive schemas
    ⚡️ Supports Browsers, Node.js and React Native in Javascript and Typescript
    ⚡️ Schema downloader
    ⚡️ JSON schema generation

    Full documentation

    Full documentation is available here

    Generate Types With Zeus CLI Example

    Simply run Zeus in your terminal to output your types file based on your graphql schema

    Usage Example

    Example using a generated chain client. Queries, mutations and subscriptions are now type-safe in arguments, field selections and response types.

    Join the Zeus Community and Spread the Word

    ⚡️ Join the Discussion forum on GitHub 📣

    ⚡️ Leave a GitHub star ⭐️ 👆

    ⚡️ Spread the word on your socials and with your networks! 🗣


    For a complete guide to contributing to GraphQL Zeus, see the Contribution Guide.

    1. Fork this repo
    2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b feature-name
    3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
    4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
    5. Submit a pull request


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