GraphQL Federation example updated to Chimp 3.0
We are happy to announce that the example showing many advanced patterns related to GraphQL usage is updated to Chimp 3.0 and it is available as a reference here: https://github.com/xolvio/chimp-gql-federation-example
That repository includes federation, pagination with relay standard, filtering, caching, permissioning, JVM-based microservices and a typed react-based frontend
Please take a look at chimp documentation for more info:
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