GraphQL backend as a service

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Laszlo Levente Mári
Laszlo Levente Mári@laszlolm · CEO @ Dakai - Blockchain Services
I guess we will see some competitors in the very near future but this is an awesome start
Daniel J.
Daniel J.@sugardanney · UI expert & practical philosopher
@noxowe yeah, there is which we are currently trying out – so far its quite nice!
Ville Immonen
Ville ImmonenMaker@villeimmonen · Co-founder, Reindex
Hi, I'm one of the co-founders of Reindex. We made Reindex for product developers like us, to enable building new products without the need to develop a backend from scratch every time. We think GraphQL, an open specification launched by Facebook in 2015, is a perfect API for a service like this. Reindex makes it easy to set up a GraphQL backend that stores the data for your application, handles security with user authentication and permissions, and is easy to extend with webhooks. You can focus on building an awesome app for your users. I would love to hear your thoughts, ideas and questions about Reindex!
Lailo@lailo_ch · Making things
@villeimmonen are those 200K operations a month, a week or a day?
Mohamed Saleh
Mohamed Saleh@engmsaleh · Co-founder,Venta Apps
@lailo_ch @villeimmonen I think it is per month , check the slider for the pricing
Ville Immonen
Ville ImmonenMaker@villeimmonen · Co-founder, Reindex
@lailo_ch thanks for asking, the number of ops is per month like the pricing in the Production plan. I've clarified this on the pricing page now. For development, Reindex is free to use and experiment with.
Damian Esteban
Damian Esteban@estebanrules · CTO @ betterPT
@villeimmonen Great service! It's a good way to get started with GraphQL.
Steven Rueter
Steven Rueter@rueter · Developer
Really cool. Nice job!
Michael Lajlev
Michael Lajlev@lajlev · Digital product designer
An alternative would be 😖 check it out.