Altair GraphQL Client

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A beautiful feature-rich GraphQL Client for all platforms

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Thomas Portwood

$70 USD since Apr 2019

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James Pell

$50 USD since Jun 2018

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anonymous

$50 USD since Aug 2018

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Patrick Griffus

$50 USD since Jun 2019

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Simon Cropp

$30 USD since Jul 2018

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Sateesh Kadiyala

$20 USD since Dec 2018

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Joey Trevino

$20 USD since Aug 2019

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Eric Dobbertin

$10 USD since Apr 2018

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Andrey Novikov

$10 USD since Jul 2018

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Tobias Forsbacka

$10 USD since Dec 2018

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Marcacci Labs

$50 USD since May 2019

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Gremwell bvba

$50 USD since May 2019

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Triplebyte

$20 USD since Dec 2018

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Bytesized Hosting

$20 USD since Jul 2019

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Scraper API 2

$5 USD since Aug 2018

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Open Collective Inc.

$5 USD since Apr 2019

What's new with Altair GraphQL Client

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Altair supports ‘X-GraphQL-Event-Stream’ header for better DX

 Implementing X-GraphQL-Event-Stream header in your server allows GraphQL IDEs like Altair to update your schema without you having to refresh manually.
Published on March 1, 2019 by imolorhe

Paid for Apple Developer Program

I have been able to pay for the Apple Developer Program for 99 EUR, and now the mac apps are signed and should have autoupdate enabled in them. Thanks for your contribution!
Published on October 2, 2018 by imolorhe

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imolorhe | 10/29/2019 | View Details 
-$55.04USD
imolorhe | 9/23/2019 | View Details 
-$110.00USD

Donation to Altair GraphQL Client

Joey Trevino | 8/13/2019 | View Details 
+$20.00USD

Today’s balance

$138.24 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $299.53 USD

Altair GraphQL Client is all of us

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Everyone who has supported Altair GraphQL Client. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

imolorhe
Collective Admin
Thomas Portwood
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$70 USD

James Pell
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Simply the best GraphQL client!

anonymous
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Marcacci Labs
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Total contributions

$50 USD

Gremwell bvba
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Patrick Griffus
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Simon Cropp
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$30 USD

Sateesh Kadiyala
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Triplebyte
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Total contributions

$20 USD

Bytesized Hos...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

Joey Trevino
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$20 USD

About

GraphQL Client. Enables you interact with any GraphQL server you are authorized to access from any platform you are on.

Features

Headers

You can add, edit and remove HTTP headers used in making the request. This is particularly useful if you need to add things like authentication token headers when making a request that requires authorized access.

Variables

You can add GraphQL variables to your request. Variables make it easy to use dynamic values in your queries.

Response Stats

You can easily know how long your query takes with the response stats information displayed for each request you make.

Documentation (via introspection)

You can view the GraphQL schema in a nicely displayed manner with information about the various kinds of queries, types, arguments available to you and some description (where provided) of each of them. This is powered by the introspection capabilities provided by GraphQL. This needs to be enabled from the GraphQL server for it to be available.

Documentation search

You can also search for a particular item in the docs as well. Useful for when you're not sure where a particular field, type or query is in the schema.

Syntax highlighting

The syntax of the query in the editor is highlighted for easier parsing.

Error highlighting

You also get errors in your query highlighted for you as you type out your query.

Add queries and fragments from documentation

You can easily add a query (or fragment) you see in the documentation into the editor without having to manually type every field within the query. This makes it easier to test and develop with the available queries from the GraphQL server.

Autocompletion of fields, arguments, types, etc

You get an autocomplete list of valid terms you can use as you type out your query in the editor.

Prettify Query

You can format the query in the editor in a properly indented manner for easier reading. This makes it easy to work with queries you might copy from one file to another, which might have lost their indentation (or were never indented before).

Compress Query

You can compress the query to a minified form, removing any unnecessary whitespace and comments. You can use this after you have made a query and you want to use it in your client side application. This helps save as many bytes as possible when making network requests.

History of recent queries

You can view a list of your recent queries that you make in each window, so you can easily go back to a query you tried previously.

Multiple Windows

You are not limited to only one window at a time but you can have multiple windows open to work with multiple different queries at the same time. You can also name the various windows (by doubleclicking the name) and arrange them however you like to make it easier to work with them.

GraphQL Subscriptions

You can test your GraphQL subscriptions without any worry. Just provide the subscription URL and start the subscription, and you would get each message as they are sent once you're subscribed. This is very handy when developing apps that use the realtime feature of GraphQL, like chatting ang gaming applications that need realtime feedback. Currently, GraphQL subscriptions has been implemented by the Apollo GraphQL team.

Multiple Languages

You can use Altair with several languages including English, Chinese, French, Spanish, among others. Pull Requests for new languages are also welcome.

Light and Dark themes

You can use Altair with either the light or the dark theme, depending on which theme you like.