Well, we have added GraphQL support ~mid 2020. Ratel was made for DQL only since the beginning. And we don’t wanna confuse users supporting GraphQL on Ratel. So we use other known tools to do so.
Yes, cuz you can simply clone the repo or use some other well known tool/client for GraphQL. We don’t need to focus in creating a “rebranded” tool. As you can just clone it, right?
It is understandable to do something “custom” to “attach” in the Cloud UI. But for open source, we have the culture of “git clone” it.
Thanks, but I’m confused with your statement.
Can you tell-me what do you need? I can help you out to run GraphiQL locally if you need.
PS. If you are looking for some feature added to our custom GraphiQL, that’s closed source tho. If there is some.