A Serverless GraphQL Blog in 60 Seconds with OpenFaaSby@kenfdev
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A Serverless GraphQL Blog in 60 Seconds with OpenFaaS

by Ken Fukuyama4mSeptember 23rd, 2017
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As I’ve integrated GraphQL with <a href="https://www.openfaas.com/" target="_blank">OpenFaaS</a> in my previous post (<a href="https://medium.com/statuscode/integrating-openfaas-and-graphql-experimental-1870bd22f2a" target="_blank">“Integrating OpenFaaS and GraphQL”</a>), what I wanted to do next was to integrate it with the database. So I wanted to persist data to storage. The database could have been anything but I chose <a href="https://www.arangodb.com/" target="_blank">ArangoDB</a> this time. This is how the architecture looks like. You can find the code for this project in <a href="https://github.com/kenfdev/openfaas-graphql-blog" target="_blank">kenfdev/openfaas-graphql-blog</a>.

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