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    Toshi commented  · 

    FYI:
    SearchKit, a great UI library for ElasticSearch, has released v3 a few days ago. Good news is that it decoupled with ElasticSearch and introduced GraphQL layer in-between, which might mean there would be possibility for Atlas Search to utilize it.

    - https://blog.searchkit.co/searchkit-v3-enter-graphql-330e1aa5752d
    - https://blog.searchkit.co/searchkit-why-graphql-aa886603b698

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    5 comments  ·  Realm » Realm GraphQL  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Toshi commented  · 

    Hi Sumedha, sorry for the delay and thanks for the reply.

    > I was able to generate typescript types using the endpoint with GQL Codegen
    I will check that again. Last time I tried, it generates a schema which has a lot of @deprecated directives. Is it expected?

    > The one thing I can think of is including the authorization header
    Yes, that was a trap, but I think I solved: I got an access token running curl with API key, and put the token in codegen.yml like: (indent/space is broken here)

    schema:
    - https://realm.mongodb.com/api/client/v2.0/app{my app id here}/graphql:
    headers:
    Authorization: Bearer {token here}

    This gave me a schema but with @deprecated directives.

    > You should be able to do this on the 'SDKs' tab in the UI.
    SDKs tab looks great! (I thought I once checked this tab, I maybe overlooked, sorry..)
    One question; are these code snippets only accessible on this page? Could I get them through CLI like graphql-codegen?

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    Hi Sumedha, thank you for response. I'm sorry I didn't notice your comment, and I even updated my post after you commented. So you might find some diffs between what you initially read and the current text above. I just didn't expect any response! Sorry and thanks.

    So, I started a scratch web-app project. I used React(Next.js) and Apollo client for GraphQL requests. I read many doc pages, but basically followed this one:
    https://docs.mongodb.com/realm/tutorial/web-graphql/

    I created Atlas cluster -> Put some data in collection -> Initialized Realm -> Clicked "Generate schema" button and got schemas by sampling -> Went to the GraphQL page and tried some queries-> Downloaded schema.graphql by clicking button there -> Setup graphql-codegen's yml file locally.

    > Is the Web UI you're referring to here, the Atlas/Compass UI?
    I referred to the web pages, whose domains are cloud.mongodb.com / realm.mongodb.com.

    As for your question about difference of #3 and #6:

    In addition to a frontend app with React, I'm writing some serverless functions too. I used Next.js(Vercel) build-in functions feature here. On the server side, I wanted to try Realm node.js SDK instead of Apollo, because it looked simpler and attractive in how it defines and handles relationship.

    So I read over Realm Node.js SDK docs, but I couldn't come up with good way to keep DRY to align schemas between frondend and function. I also tried realm-cli and got local json schema files (`rules/tracker.users.json` file etc). I thought the json schema files can be the source-of-truth. Is there any way to convert the json schema to realm object schema, or vice versa? Especially I'm lost in which to define relationships. I checked 3rd party tooling (for example quicktype.io), but I couldn't find a good way to go.

    Also, I felt that these local json files are not expected to be edited repeatedly. For this need, I put up another idea (maybe I'm wrong):
    https://feedback.mongodb.com/forums/930808-mongodb-cli/suggestions/41158219-push-local-settings-pull-remote-settings

    One more note; I think graphql-codegen is really well developed, so GraphQL->TypeScript conversion is ok. I should say JSON->GraphQL->TypeScript schema generation is greatly automated already. One minor problem is currently realm's `schema.graphql` file is only downloadable from the "Download Schema Button" if I'm right. It would be great to download it programatically. I usually use the remote graphql endpoint for the schema path on the codegen.yml file. However with Realm GraphQL endpoint it didn't work correctly, so I use the manually downloaded file instead.

    Sorry for the long comment. If I'm behaving not as you recommended/expected (maybe so), please point out. For further communication, I'll be happy to continue with emails.

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    Toshi commented  · 

    Not only for functions, but also please consider local tooling for graphql.

    AWS Amplify has a local development feature which is really useful. Just run a simple command `amplify mock api` then you get a locally running graphql endpoint. It really speeds up both development and testing.

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    Toshi commented  · 

    I'm waiting for this feature!

    Without it, you need to set up a separate node.js server somewhere else by yourself and that reduces the value of realm's great built-in graphql backend.

    I think one of the use-cases where the nature of mongoDB will shine is an app that requires realtime feature. Subscription should be must-have in the Atlas-Realm world.

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