GraphQL with Sinatra (Ruby) — Part 2— Mutations

Awin Abi
Awin Abi
Dec 19, 2018 · 4 min read
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In this post let’s see how to create GraphQL mutations to add a speaker to our database.


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Adding data to the application via Mutations
mutation AddSpeaker($name:String, $talkTitle:String) {
createSpeaker(name: $name, talkTitle:$talkTitle) {
success
errors
}
}

{
"name": "John Doe",
"talkTitle": "Introduction to GraphQL in Ruby"
}

STEP 5: Adding a Mutation root type

STEP 6: Define a Mutation for speaker creation

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Successful mutation execution — GraphiQL client

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