GraphQL

This plugin allows you to capture the GraphQL requests and then search by them.

Installation

npm i @asayerio/tracker-graphql --save

Usage

Initialize the @asayerio/tracker package as usual and load the plugin into it. The plugin call will return the function, which receives four variables operationKind, operationName, variables, result and returns result without changes.

import Tracker from '@asayerio/tracker';
import trackerGraphQL from '@asayerio/tracker-graphql';
const tracker = new Tracker({
projectID: PROJECT_ID,
});
export const recordGraphQL = tracker.use(trackerGraphQL());

Relay

For Relay you should manually put recordGraphQL call to the NetworkLayer implementation. If you have standard Network.create way to implement it, then you should follow the below example.

import { recordGraphQL } from 'tracker'; // see above for recordGraphQL definition
import { Environment } from 'relay-runtime';
function fetchQuery(operation, variables, cacheConfig, uploadables) {
return fetch('ENDPOINT', {
// ...
})
.then(response => response.json())
.then(result =>
recordGraphQL(operation.operationKind, operation.name, variables, result),
);
}
const network = Network.create(fetchQuery);

See Relay Network Layer for details.

Apollo

For Apollo you should create a new ApolloLink with recordGraphQL call and put it to your chain.

import { recordGraphQL } from 'tracker'; // see above for recordGraphQL definition
import { ApolloLink } from 'apollo-link';
const trackerApolloLink = new ApolloLink((operation, forward) => {
return forward(operation).map(result =>
recordGraphQL(
operation.query.definitions[0].operation,
operation.operationName,
operation.variables,
result,
),
);
});
const link = ApolloLink.from([
trackerApolloLink,
// ...
]);

See Apollo Link and Apollo Networking for details.