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    babel-plugin-extract-gql

Extracts all graphql queries into a file


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babel-plugin-extract-gql

Extracts all graphql queries into a file

Usage

CLI
npx babel ./proj-a/ --out-dir ./out --plugins=extract-gql --presets=@babel/env,@babel/react

Output

All input files are analyzed and transformed when a graphql query is found

Example

import { useQuery, persist } from 'graphql-hooks'

const SOME_QUERY = persist`
  query Add($x: Int!, $y: Int!) {
    add(x: $x, y: $y)
  }
`

const MyCompA = () => {
  const { data } = useQuery(SOME_QUERY)
}

Becomes

import { useQuery, persist } from 'graphql-hooks'
const SOME_QUERY =
  'd012f1a214f5e2117ec9d9aa16d5b8b5ef95f755252cb8488c3a742eebcc6db9'

const MyCompA = () => {
  const { data } = useQuery(SOME_QUERY, {
    persisted: true
  })
}

Note there are two changes.

  • Query const is set to the hash of the query text
  • useQuery is added with a second param containing persisted: true

All the queries extracted are saved on disk in one file. The file is saved in the project root and looks like following

{
  "d012f1a214f5e2117ec9d9aa16d5b8b5ef95f755252cb8488c3a742eebcc6db9": "query Add($x: Int!, $y: Int!) {\n    add(x: $x, y: $y)\n  }",
  "3384eca8378f1d49f0ccd3d6bb2e394c0dd143c19bb1717138b206cd181c5dd7": "query Sub($x: Int!, $y: Int!) {\n    sub(x: $x, y: $y)\n  }",
  "3f0587e447e0eee76801682a24ce1b44b68c5d298ed24a010ce259b0361b1ef2": "query Div($x: Int!, $y: Int!) {\n    div(x: $x, y: $y)\n  }"
}

Transforming all queries to their hashes tells graphql-hooks to make GET requests with query=<hash>&persisted=true. Following is how a request looks like

http://localhost:5000/graphql?query=248eb276edb4f22aced0a2848c539810b55f79d89abc531b91145e76838f5602&persisted=true

Or with variables

http://localhost:5000/graphql?query=495ccd73abc8436544cfeedd65f24beee660d2c7be2c32536e3fbf911f935ddf&persisted=true&variables=\{"x":3,"y":6\}

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Last updated on 11 Apr 2024

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