Prisma is a performant open-source GraphQL ORM-like layer doing the heavy lifting in your GraphQL server. It turns your database into a GraphQL API which can be consumed by your resolvers via GraphQL bindings.
They fill an important space in the graphQL ecosystem.
Very interesting and productive.
Best way to start a GraphQL Server
Nice framework (y)
This is, by far the best GraphQL server solution out there. The out of the box crud queries and mutations are great. Don't have much bad to say at all.
I have followed the team pretty much since they launched the beta of Graphcool more than two years ago. Since then I've watched them iterate on the product, rewrite it, write a ton of open-source libraries, and rewrite it again to deliver the best tool to build your own GraphQL server.
The GraphQL community today stands on three pillars: Apollo, Prisma, and Facebook itself. It's amazing to see these guys evolve the product and take the company to the next stage.
I have been shying away from building GraphQL servers because of how resolvers can get intimidating for complex scenarios. Prisma just made it dead simple with its bindings.
Prisma is magic.
we are building a new product based on prisma and were using CakePHP before. It was easy to setup. Any problems we experienced were solved by the Slack / Forum community in no time.
Use this on my personal projects to build out graphql API's very fast. Extremely fast to get going and great support from the community. I don't think I have ever had a basic API up and running so fast before.