We are excited to announce the official release of Graphback 1.0! This release is the end result of the amazing work and collaboration between the Graphback team and our community.
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GraphQL Subscriptions are a perfect fit for situations where users like to receive instant updates for some specific types of data. Subscriptions are very flexible and allow developers to connect directly to the stream of the changes generated on the server side. Subscriptions deliver delta updates to the client only when clients are subscribed. To receive partial updates after an application is restarted developers can use the concept of delta queries.
Over the past couple of months, we have been working on improving Graphback. We are excited to announce that we have released Graphback 0.14.0, bringing a new and improved CRUD and runtime experience. Most notable changes in this release:
- Full implementation of the CRUD API specification
- Improved runtime API to remove complexity of setting up a Graphback API
- RBAC Authorization on top of the Graphback Service and Keycloak
The complete changelog is available at https://graphback.dev/docs/releases#0140