A PHP port of GraphQL reference implementation

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This is a PHP implementation of the GraphQL specification based on the reference implementation in JavaScript.

Installation

Via composer:

composer require webonyx/graphql-php

Documentation

Full documentation is available at https://webonyx.github.io/graphql-php or in the docs directory.

If you don't know what GraphQL is, visit the official website first.

Examples

There are several ready examples in the examples directory, with a specific README file per example.

Versioning

This project follows Semantic Versioning 2.0.0.

Elements that belong to the public API of this package are marked with the @api PHPDoc tag. Those elements are thus guaranteed to be stable within major versions. All other elements are not part of this backwards compatibility guarantee and may change between minor or patch versions.

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License

See LICENSE.

Comments
  • Lazy loading of types

    Lazy loading of types

    Implements #425 Proof of concept of full support for lazy loading of types.

    In a nutshell, you can substitute a callable any place that you would ordinarily supply a Type, and it won't be executed by the library until it is actually needed.

    For example, you can create a Types class that looks like this:

    class Types {
    	public static function get(string $classname)
    	{
    		return function() use ($classname) {
    			return static::fromCache($classname);
    		};
    	}
    
    	protected static function fromCache(string $classname) {
    		$parts = explode("\\", $classname);
    		$cacheName = strtolower(preg_replace('~Type$~', '', $parts[count($parts) - 1]));
    		$type = null;
    
    		if (!isset(self::$types[$cacheName])) {
    			if (class_exists($classname)) {
    				$type = new $classname();
    			}
    
    			self::$types[$cacheName] = $type;
    		}
    
    		$type = self::$types[$cacheName];
    
    		if (!$type) {
    			throw new Exception("Unknown graphql type: " . $classname);
    		}
    		return $type;
    	}
    
        public static function currency() { return static::get(CurrencyType::class);}
        // ... I explicitly stub out these type methods for the benefit of intellisense and [stanning](https://github.com/phpstan/phpstan), but they're not necessary
    }
        
    

    And then your field/arg definitions look the same as usual:

    ...
    	'currency' => [
    		'type' => Types::currency(), // this won't load until it is specifically needed!
    		'description' => 'A currency record',
    

    It may be difficult to imagine this being of any appreciable benefit for small or toy programs, but in my real project I dynamically generate my mutation types (using this) and doing even a small mutation triggers a flood of activity and the instantiation of 656 types(!).

    With this change, that number drops to 1.

    I have run this in the profiler: without lazy loading with lazy loading

    For me, this equates to a savings of around a quarter of a second and 3MB of memory.

    So, what do you think? It's only around 50 lines of mostly trivial code. If you think it looks promising I'll start in on tests and documentation and further polishing.

    opened by shmax 49
  • Implement PSR-7 RequestInterface support

    Implement PSR-7 RequestInterface support

    ServerRequestInterface is not needed, parent RequestInterface is sufficient
    Replaced custom PSR-7 test stubs with nyholm/psr-7 implementation
    Fixed reading body contents

    • ServerRequestInterface extends RequestInterface so for this case I think it's not a BC break.
    • Rephrasing exception message might be considered a BC break I guess.
    opened by simPod 33
  • Executor performance optimization

    Executor performance optimization

    Hi. First, thank you for the great library! We use it to power our API at Scuk.cz and it's been a smooth ride.

    Recently, however, we've discovered poor performance for some of the queries the frontend service sends to the GraphQL endpoint. Over time our schema got pretty big (currently it consists of ~300 types /half of which are object types/ and ~1000 resolvable fields on object types). So did the queries (one of the pages in our app queries ~200 fields).

    We successfully refactored GraphQL schema so that types & fields are created lazily. Also we started caching parsed AST. This got us nice speed improvements. After these I've started to look at performance of the Executor. It costs us more than 150ms per request for some queries. This is the call graph of GraphQL endpoint for such query (library calls are highlighted):

    GraphQL call graph

    I've started digging in the code and found some easy to improve functions (e.g. Executor::shouldIncludeNode()). But I estimate these would shave off only couple of milliseconds. So I've started to work on a new executor:

    • separated compilation & execution phases
      • first, AST is transformed into an intermediate representation (= instructions) that is better suitable for manipulation and exection
      • then, the instructions are processed sequentially (I suppose sequential execution should be more machine-friendly than jumping between tens of functions and callbacks, therefore perform better)
    • instruction pipeline can be manipulated with during the execution (new instructions are pushed to the front or back)
    • compiled instructions could be cached instead of an AST
      • in the future, they could be compiled down to PHP code for even better performance (as some templating engines, DI containers etc. do)

    This is still a work in progress and will need some time before the new executor passes the test suite. Yet, what do you think about this? :)


    Questions & notes:

    1. ValueNode interface doc comment says that VariableNode is a ValueNode. But VariableNode does not implement it. Is it intentional, or a bug?
    2. This might be quite a lot of changes. Is there a way to check code style? (I've run composer run lint, however, PHP-CS reported issues even with current files.)
    3. Current executor works with results as arrays. But this is a problem for JSON serialization if the array remains empty (there is a workaround converting empty array to stdClass). I started new executor to work with stdClasses instead, because I need pass by reference semantics, also it fixes JSON-serialization-related issue from the start. But this would be big breaking change. Should I continue with stdClasses, or use arrays?
    4. I started typehinting all parameters of all new methods. But then I realized the library still supports older PHP versions. Is there a plan to drop old versions support?
    5. ResolveInfo is tightly coupled to AST traversal execution model. After the compilation, AST is no longer relevant for new executor. It could include needed AST nodes in instructions, however, it defies the point of the compilation step.
    opened by jakubkulhan 33
  • Add support for setting extensions from resolvers.

    Add support for setting extensions from resolvers.

    This adds an API to ResolveInfo which allows resolvers to directly add items to be returned to the client in the extensions element of the response body.

    see http://facebook.github.io/graphql/October2016/#sec-Response-Format

    opened by aelnagger 32
  • Fix namenode type / rewrite Printer

    Fix namenode type / rewrite Printer

    An alternative fix for #655, the infamous NamedTypeNode NameNode / string debacle.

    Took me a while to understand, but all the trouble was being caused by the unusual algorithm used to print ASTs. It tied into Visitor::visit, and starting at the leaf nodes, would stomp over properties with strings so that it could concatenate everything into a big string. We noticed this happening on the NamedTypeNode in particular, but actually this was happening with all of the nodes.

    Once I understood what was happening, I was able to rearrange the algorithm into a more conventional top-down recursive one that does not "edit" any nodes, nor do any illegal writes. While I was at it, I corrected a number of type annotations. PHPStan is now happy. Note that this change is not as dramatic as it might look; all of the callbacks from the old leave section in Printer were simply ported into a big switch statement. I didn't change any of the core logic.

    Interestingly, performance seems to improve with these changes, though I'm not sure why.

    master: https://blackfire.io/profiles/a1b07e4f-cba2-4327-84c5-c42e7559d8b2/graph

    this branch: https://blackfire.io/profiles/755fec5e-3bf3-491a-b8d0-8a6d78a30fd6/graph

    enhancement 
    opened by shmax 30
  • Horizontal eval for lazy loading same-type objects

    Horizontal eval for lazy loading same-type objects

    When I first learned about GraphQL there was a performance chapter. If every relation loads every single relation, it requires many queries to load a few levels of data, even if the actual data is only on the last level. The solution was to lazy load objects: first collect ids (horizontal), and then load all objects at once, and then evaluate the next level.

    Just in case. This query:

    query {
        user {
            reservations {
                resource {
                    sport {
                        name
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
    

    would take 20 queries to find 10 reservations > 10x 1 resource > 10x 1 sport. If it would eval horizontally, it would do 2 queries: load 10 resources, then load 10 sports. (Maybe not 2 levels, but even 1 could be a big difference.)

    Is that a thing? It seems like the query is evaled vertically first, so it loads the entire 1 reservation (1 resource + 1 sport), and then the entire 1 next (1 resource + 1 sport) etc.

    question 
    opened by rudiedirkx 26
  • Update graphql spec to April2016

    Update graphql spec to April2016

    There is a new version of the GraphQL spec April2016.

    It changed some parts in the introspection. I might have time to open a PR for this, but probably at earliest in two weeks.

    opened by danez 25
  • Add AmpPromiseAdapter

    Add AmpPromiseAdapter

    Had some time today so I implemented a PromiseAdapter for Amp. Note that I just wrote blindly what seemed to make some sense and it's not tested at all. I'll try to use it in my project when I get to reimplementing my GraphQL part to async. And of course I need to add some unit tests. All of this might take a while (a few months), I'm just posting this here in case someone was looking for it and was willing to help me out with testing.

    Code reviews are of course welcome.

    opened by enumag 23
  • Feedback on Experimental Executor

    Feedback on Experimental Executor

    Please post your feedback here on the new experimental executor introduced in https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/pull/314

    Especially interested in following questions:

    1. Do you see a performance improvement on your queries? How much on average?
    2. Do you experience any issues / unexpected behavior with it?
    community feedback wanted 
    opened by vladar 21
  • Mutations with Relay (React)

    Mutations with Relay (React)

    I'm using the laravel-graphql, and created an issue but I'm not sure if it's something that should actually be created here (still trying to wrap my head around GraphQL).

    When working with Relay, it expects that mutations have only one argument called input. Looking at the todo example, in the schema.json file it has that field listed as an INPUT_OBJECT type. I created the following (again, using laravel-graphql), but I'm unable to get the fields from the InputObjectType. Am I doing something wrong?

    namespace App\GraphQL\Mutations;
    
    use GraphQL;
    use App\Models\Customer;
    use GraphQL\Type\Definition\Type;
    use GraphQL\Type\Definition\InputObjectType;
    use Folklore\GraphQL\Support\Mutation;
    
    class UpdateCustomerEmail extends Mutation
    {
        /**
         * Associated GraphQL Type.
         *
         * @return mixed
         */
        public function type()
        {
            return GraphQL::type('customerPayload');
        }
    
        /**
         * Available arguments for mutation.
         *
         * @return array
         */
        public function args()
        {
            return [
                'input' => [
                    'name' => 'input',
                    'type' => new InputObjectType([
                        'name' => 'updateCustomerEmailInput',
                        'fields' => [
                            'entity_id' => [
                                'name' => 'entity_id',
                                'type' => Type::nonNull(Type::string())
                            ],
                            'email' => [
                                'name' => 'email',
                                'type' => Type::nonNull(Type::string())
                            ]
                        ]
                    ])
                ]
            ];
        }
    
        /**
         * Resolve mutation.
         *
         * @param  string $root
         * @param  array $args
         * @return Customer
         */
        public function resolve($root, $args, $info)
        {
            // $root is null, $args is an empty array and nothing in $info gives me the 
            // variables passed in the request
            $customer = Customer::find($args['input']['entity_id']); // $args['input'] is not set
            $customer->email = $args['input']['email'];
            return $customer;
        }
    }
    
    opened by chrissm79 21
  • Performance improvements

    Performance improvements

    I've been messing around with this project a bit lately, and I've had some trouble with performance. The GraphQL executor does quite a bit of unnecessary work when it resolves fields. Since it operates recursively, larger lists have a really bad impact on performance. I have tried to fix some of the bottlenecks by memoizing objects and values that can be re-used.

    I'd like to hear what you think about this approach. According to the Blackfire profiler the response was 2x faster for a large query and 1.5x faster for one I use in my app. You can check out my fork here: https://github.com/johanobergman/graphql-php

    opened by johanobergman 21
  • Rate-Limit: Possibility to retrieve the QueryComplexity

    Rate-Limit: Possibility to retrieve the QueryComplexity

    Hello together,

    there are requirements to build a rate-limit system based on the query complexity & not based on request-hits. This blog-post describes this behaivor: https://shopify.engineering/rate-limiting-graphql-apis-calculating-query-complexity To make this happen we need to calculate the QueryComplexity before we execute the query.

    This can be done by executing the QueryComplexity rule before the "executeQuery" method. In the past there was also a getter to retrieve the calculated QueryComplexity on the validator.

    Bonus: The used query complexity after the execution can be lower then the requested QueryComplexity. For example you request a list of 10 but the system have only 5. In a perfect world we would charge back the 5 to much requested nodes. While such a sub-feature would be nice, it is for sure no requirement for a first change.

    Introducing of QueryComplexity getter: https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/pull/531 Issue got created based on following discussion: https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/discussions/1025

    Thanks!

    help wanted 
    opened by kinimodmeyer 2
  • Comply with graphql-over-http specification

    Comply with graphql-over-http specification

    It would be great if the standard server were compliant with the GraphQL-over-HTTP specification.

    The test suite could be done in a way that is reusable by other servers: https://github.com/graphql/graphql-over-http/issues/57

    enhancement 
    opened by spawnia 0
  • Ignore Introspection queries in QueryComplexity rule

    Ignore Introspection queries in QueryComplexity rule

    Followup from https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/discussions/1203

    The QueryComplexity rule should ignore introspection query. This way you can set the max query complexity very low and still allow introspections to happen.

    Introspection has a complexity of around 181.

    enhancement 
    opened by ruudk 1
  • Do not store standard types statically but keep them on the Schema instead

    Do not store standard types statically but keep them on the Schema instead

    When working with 2 schemas that have different standard types this becomes problematic.

    For example, I have a schema that uses a custom ID type, but the other wants to use the default.

    I can imagine this is not easily possible currently because of the way types are resolvable without a Schema (#1149).

    enhancement BC break 
    opened by ruudk 1
  • Version docs

    Version docs

    We currently have only one version of docs deployed, always reflecting the latest changes in master. This is inaccurate for users of older versions: https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/issues/1178 https://github.com/webonyx/graphql-php/issues/944

    We can try to set up https://github.com/jimporter/mike for versioning.

    docs 
    opened by spawnia 0
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  • v14.11.6(Apr 13, 2022)

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  • v14.11.3(Nov 19, 2021)

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  • v14.11.1(Nov 15, 2021)

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  • v14.6.2(Apr 23, 2021)

  • v14.6.1(Mar 29, 2021)

  • v14.6.0(Mar 29, 2021)

  • v14.5.1(Feb 5, 2021)

  • v14.5.0(Jan 23, 2021)

    Feat:

    • Implement support for interfaces implementing interfaces (#740), huge kudos to @Kingdutch

    Deprecates:

    • Constant BreakingChangeFinder::BREAKING_CHANGE_INTERFACE_REMOVED_FROM_OBJECT. Use BreakingChangeFinder::BREAKING_CHANGE_IMPLEMENTED_INTERFACE_REMOVED instead. Constant value also changed from INTERFACE_REMOVED_FROM_OBJECT to IMPLEMENTED_INTERFACE_REMOVED.

    • Constant BreakingChangeFinder::DANGEROUS_CHANGE_INTERFACE_ADDED_TO_OBJECT Use DANGEROUS_CHANGE_IMPLEMENTED_INTERFACE_ADDED instead. Constant value also changed from INTERFACE_ADDED_TO_OBJECT to IMPLEMENTED_INTERFACE_ADDED.

    Refactoring:

    • Reify AST node types and remove unneeded nullability (#751)
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  • v14.4.1(Jan 23, 2021)

    Fix:

    • Allow pushing nodes to NodeList via []= (#767)
    • Fix signature of Error\FormattedError::prepareFormatter() to address PHP8 deprecation (#742)
    • Do not add errors key to result when errors discarded by custom error handler (#766)
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  • v14.4.0(Dec 3, 2020)

    • Fixed SchemaPrinter so that it uses late static bindings when extended (#747)
    • Parse DirectiveDefinitionNode->locations as NodeList<NamedNode> (fixes AST::fromArray conversion) (#723)
    • Parse Parser::implementsInterfaces as NodeList<NamedTypeNode> (fixes AST::fromArray conversion)
    • Fix signature of Parser::unionMemberTypes to match actual NodeList<NamedTypeNode>
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  • v14.3.0(Aug 23, 2020)

    New:

    • Allow typeLoader to return a type thunk (#687)

    Fix:

    • Read getParsedBody() instead of getBody() when Request is ServerRequest (#715)
    • Fix default get/set behavior on InputObjectField and FieldDefinition (#716)
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  • v14.2.0(Aug 14, 2020)

  • v14.1.1(Jul 21, 2020)

  • v14.1.0(Jul 21, 2020)

    New:

    • Add partial parse functions for const variants (#693)

    Fixes:

    • Differentiate between client-safe and non-client-safe errors in scalar validation (#706)
    • Proper type hints for IntValueNode (#691)

    Refactoring:

    • Ensure NamedTypeNode::$name is always a NameNode (#695)
    • Visitor: simplify getVisitFn (#694)
    • Replace function calls with type casts (#692)
    • Fix "only booleans are allowed" errors (#659)
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  • v14.0.2(Jul 7, 2020)

  • v14.0.1(Jul 2, 2020)

    Bug fixes:

    • Fix for "Invalid AST Node: false" error (#685)
    • Fix for: Argument defaults with integer/float values crashes introspection query (#679)
    • Fix double Error wrapping when parsing variables (#688)

    Refactoring:

    • Do not use call_user_func or call_user_func_array (#676)
    • Codestyle and static analysis improvements (#648, #690)
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  • v0.13.9(Jul 2, 2020)

  • v14.0.0(Jun 21, 2020)

    This release brings several breaking changes. Please refer to UPGRADE document for details.

    • BREAKING/BUGFIX: Strict coercion of scalar types (#278)
    • BREAKING/BUGFIX: Spec-compliance: Fixed ambiguity with null variable values and default values (#274)
    • BREAKING: Removed deprecated directive introspection fields (onOperation, onFragment, onField)
    • BREAKING: GraphQL\Deferred now extends GraphQL\Executor\Promise\Adapter\SyncPromise
    • BREAKING: renamed several types of dangerous/breaking changes (returned by BreakingChangesFinder)
    • BREAKING: Renamed GraphQL\Error\Debug to GraphQL\Error\DebugFlag.
    • BREAKING: Debug flags in GraphQL\Executor\ExecutionResult, GraphQL\Error\FormattedError and GraphQL\Server\ServerConfig do not accept boolean value anymore but int only.
    • BREAKING: $positions in GraphQL\Error\Error constructor are not nullable anymore. Same can be expressed by passing an empty array.

    Notable features and improvements:

    • Compliant with the GraphQL specification June 2018 Edition
    • Support repeatable directives (#643)
    • Perf: support lazy type definitions (#557)
    • Simplified Deferred implementation (now allows chaining like promises, #581)
    • Support SDL Validation and other schema validation improvements (e.g. #492)
    • Added promise adapter for Amp (#551)
    • Query plan utility improvements (#513, #632)

    Other noteworthy changes:

    • Allow retrieving query complexity once query has been completed (#316)
    • Allow input types to be passed in from variables using \stdClass instead of associative arrays (#535)
    • Support UTF-16 surrogate pairs within string literals (#554, #556)
    • Having an empty string in deprecationReason will now print the @deprecated directive (only a null deprecationReason won't print the @deprecated directive).
    • Deprecated Experimental executor (#397)

    Also some bugs fixed, heavily investe in PHPStan for static analysis.

    Special thanks to @simPod, @spawnia and @shmax for their major contributions!

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  • v0.13.8(Aug 25, 2019)

  • v0.13.7(Aug 23, 2019)

    • Added retrieving query complexity once query has been completed (#316)
    • Allow input types to be passed in from variables using \stdClass instead of associative arrays (#535)
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