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apollo-compiler

A query-based compiler for the GraphQL query language.

Crates.io version Download docs.rs docs

Features

  • A (comparatively) low-level AST for GraphQL grammar, and high-level representation of Schema and ExecutableDocument.
  • All three can be parsed (using apollo-parser internally), created or modified programatically, and serialized.
  • Validation of schemas and executable documents, as defined in the GraphQL specification.

Getting started

Add the dependency to start using apollo-compiler:

cargo add apollo-compiler

Or add this to your Cargo.toml for a manual installation:

# Just an example, change to the necessary package version.
# Using an exact dependency is recommended for beta versions
[dependencies]
apollo-compiler = "=1.0.0-beta.16"

Rust versions

apollo-compiler is tested on the latest stable version of Rust. Older version may or may not be compatible.

Usage

You can get started with apollo-compiler:

use apollo_compiler::Schema;

let input = r#"
  interface Pet {
    name: String
  }

  type Dog implements Pet {
    name: String
    nickname: String
    barkVolume: Int
  }

  type Cat implements Pet {
    name: String
    nickname: String
    meowVolume: Int
  }

  union CatOrDog = Cat | Dog

  type Human {
    name: String
    pets: [Pet]
  }

  type Query {
    human: Human
  }
"#;

/// In case of validation errors, the panic message will be nicely formatted
/// to point at relevant parts of the source file(s)
let schema = Schema::parse_and_validate(input, "document.graphql").unwrap();

Examples

Accessing fragment definition field types

use apollo_compiler::{Schema, ExecutableDocument, Node, executable};

fn main() {
    let schema_input = r#"
    type User {
      id: ID
      name: String
      profilePic(size: Int): URL
    }

    schema { query: User }

    scalar URL @specifiedBy(url: "https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986")
    "#;
    let query_input = r#"
    query getUser {
      ... vipCustomer
    }

    #fragment definition where we want to know the field types.
    fragment vipCustomer on User {
      id
      name
      profilePic(size: 50)
    }
    "#;

    let schema = Schema::parse_and_validate(schema_input, "schema.graphql").unwrap();
    let document = ExecutableDocument::parse_and_validate(&schema, query_input, "query.graphql")
        .unwrap();

    let op = document.get_operation(Some("getUser")).expect("getUser query does not exist");
    let fragment_in_op = op.selection_set.selections.iter().filter_map(|sel| match sel {
        executable::Selection::FragmentSpread(spread) => {
            Some(document.fragments.get(&spread.fragment_name)?.as_ref())
        }
        _ => None
    }).collect::<Vec<&executable::Fragment>>();

    let fragment_fields = fragment_in_op.iter().flat_map(|frag| {
        frag.selection_set.fields()
    }).collect::<Vec<&Node<executable::Field>>>();
    let field_ty = fragment_fields
        .iter()
        .map(|f| f.ty().inner_named_type().as_str())
        .collect::<Vec<&str>>();
    assert_eq!(field_ty, ["ID", "String", "URL"]);
}

Get a directive defined on a field used in a query operation definition.

use apollo_compiler::{Schema, ExecutableDocument, Node, executable};

fn main() {
    let schema_input = r#"
    type Query {
      topProducts: Product
      name: String
      size: Int
    }

    type Product {
      inStock: Boolean @join__field(graph: INVENTORY)
      name: String @join__field(graph: PRODUCTS)
      price: Int
      shippingEstimate: Int
      upc: String!
      weight: Int
    }

    enum join__Graph {
      INVENTORY,
      PRODUCTS,
    }
    scalar join__FieldSet
    directive @join__field(graph: join__Graph, requires: join__FieldSet, provides: join__FieldSet) on FIELD_DEFINITION
    "#;
    let query_input = r#"
    query getProduct {
      size
      topProducts {
        name
        inStock
      }
    }
    "#;

    let schema = Schema::parse_and_validate(schema_input, "schema.graphql").unwrap();
    let document = ExecutableDocument::parse_and_validate(&schema, query_input, "query.graphql")
        .unwrap();

    let get_product_op = document
        .get_operation(Some("getProduct"))
        .expect("getProduct query does not exist");

    let in_stock_field = &get_product_op
        .selection_set
        .fields()
        .find(|f| f.name == "topProducts")
        .expect("topProducts field does not exist")
        .selection_set
        .fields()
        .find(|f| f.name == "inStock")
        .expect("inStock field does not exist")
        .definition;
    let in_stock_directive: Vec<_> = in_stock_field
        .directives
        .iter()
        .map(|dir| &dir.name)
        .collect();
    assert_eq!(in_stock_directive, ["join__field"]);
}

Printing diagnostics for a faulty GraphQL document

let input = r#"
query {
  cat {
    name
  }
}

query getPet {
  cat {
    owner {
      name
    }
  }
}

query getPet {
  cat {
    treat
  }
}

subscription sub {
  newMessage {
    body
    sender
  }
  disallowedSecondRootField
}

type Query {
  cat: Pet
}

type Subscription {
  newMessage: Result
}

interface Pet {
  name: String
}

type Dog implements Pet {
  name: String
  nickname: String
  barkVolume: Int
}

type Cat implements Pet {
  name: String
  nickname: String
  meowVolume: Int
}

union CatOrDog = Cat | Dog
"#;

if let Err(diagnostics) = apollo_compiler::parse_mixed_validate(input, "document.graphql") {
    println!("{diagnostics}")
}

License

Licensed under either of

at your option.

Dependencies

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