Dgraph has its own custom query language based on GraphQL, called GraphQL+-. You can learn about the basics of GraphQL+- in our latest screencast that introduces you to writing queries in it, which can be found right below. The screencast will explore the content in the interactive tour it compliments, but in further depth. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel if you would like to be posted when we release new videos.
The screencast will cover topics such as:
- Querying data
- Basic schema
- Multilingual support
- Functions and filtering
- Logical operators
- Directives like
If you’re hungry to learn more about Dgraph, you can check out the other tours here at https://tour.dgraph.io/ or find the full documentation at https://docs.dgraph.io/.
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