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.
Awesome team that's heavily involved in open-source and pushing GraphQL forward.Cons:
I liked the cool Graphcool name.
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.Petr Bela has used this product for one year.
Super easy to get started and iterateCons:
No backups yet, but they are coming soon
I never had a database/backend up and running so fast. Especially loving the new architecture which gives full flexibility to the developer regarding authentication of users and authorisation to change/access data. It is also easy to integrate data from other services into the own API, no vendor lock in at all!
I recently reported an issue on a Friday afternoon on GitHub and it was solved within 24 hours, which is just great.
I can really recommend Prisma!Dominik Ferber has used this product for one month.