Save weeks of development time - import template schemas with pre-defined types, backends, and connectors and combine them into a single GraphQL schema. Deploy your GraphQL endpoint right away so that you work with a running API.
Build a GraphQL Endpoint - Start with API Templates
This example uses three templates from the API Templates Gallery: location from IP-API; weather in the context of location (OpenWeatherMap API), and Shopify (for customer info). Some templates are configured with keys so you can use right away. You are prompted to provide your credentials for others (e.g. Shopify).
Build a GraphQL Endpoint - Write Your Schema (SDL)
Learn how to build your unified GraphQL API by writing GraphQL schema files (SDL). Then upload and deploy your schemas to StepZen, resulting in a live GraphQL endpoint.
Jamstack and StepZen - Building an API of APIs
StepZen makes it possible to easily Integrate APIs & Data for Jamstack Sites and Apps. The GraphQL API you build in StepZen is an API of APIs - different backends and ways of connecting to them are made uniform in the context of your GraphQL API.
Jamstack SF Meetup - The "A" in Jamstack
"Realizing the Potential of the A in Jamstack." Recording of the livestream of StepZen's presentation and demo at the Jamstack San Francisco Meetup, February 2021.
5 Easy Steps to Turn a REST API into GraphQL
StepZen makes it possible to GraphQL-enable any REST API in just minutes. In this video, we turn the DEV API into GraphQL from scratch. The entire process takes only minutes, even hand-coded.
StepZen Type System Abstracts Backends
Want to focus on the data you need, and not so much on where it lives in the backend? See how StepZen abstracts multiple backends in a type and routes queries to the right backend.
StepZen Type System Links Data Across Backends
Using the Product and Tag types, Anant runs the queries to demonstrate how linked types enable a single GraphQL request to access related information across multiple backend services.
Introduction to StepZen
See how StepZen enables you to easily access, combine, and connect data across all of your backend systems and services with a single API delivered as-a-service.