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Graphql cache challenges

How to practice HTTP Caching?

GraphQL queries are usually POST requests. POST request aren't cached by nature. This means that we need different solutions to deliver our content efficiently.

View fab.ts
* Small library to validate numeric data structures in a functional-style
* All functions are right associative
* If you are looking for more sophisticated features have a look at
export interface FabPattern {
[index: string]: (input: number) => boolean;
View arangodb.js
// initialize
// The maximum number of requests is equal to
// maxSockets * 2 with keepAlive: true or equal to maxSockets with keepAlive: false.
const arangodb = new Arangojs.Database({
url: "http://localhost:8529", // Base URL of the ArangoDB server or list of server URLs.
agentOptions: {
maxSockets: 100,
keepAlive: true
loadBalancingStrategy: 'ROUND_ROBIN'
View index.js
"use strict";
const _ = require("lodash");
function groupByTimeWindow(start, end) {
return function(o) {
const date = new Date(o.timestamp);
if (date.getUTCHours() >= start && date.getUTCHours() <= end)
return o.consumption_Wh;
return 0;
View range-channels-backpressure.go
package main
import (
func main() {
var wg sync.WaitGroup
View range-channels.go
package main
import (
func main() {
var wg sync.WaitGroup
View event-loop-examples.js
* setImmediate callbacks are fired off the event loop, once per iteration in the order that they were queued.
* So on the first iteration of the event loop, callback A is fired.
* Then on the second iteration of the event loop, callback B is fired, then on the third iteration of the event loop callback C is fired, etc.
* This prevents the event loop from being blocked and allows other I/O or timer callbacks to be called in the mean time (as is the case of the 0ms timeout, which is fired on the 1st or 2nd loop iteration).
setImmediate(function A() {
setImmediate(function B() {
View hemera-hapi.js
'use strict'
const Hapi = require('hapi')
const server = new Hapi.Server()
server.connection({ port: 80 })
register: require('hapi-hemera'),
options: {
View hemera.js
* Created by s.neidig on 15/03/17.
const Hemera = require('nats-hemera');
const nats = require('nats');
const HemeraJoi = require('hemera-joi');
const connection = nats.connect('nats://');
const hemera = new Hemera(connection, {
View bundle-writer-example.js
// ************************************
// ***** bundle-writer-example.js *****
var myWriter = require('./bundle-writer');
module.exports = function (myLasso, pluginConfig) {
myLasso.config.writer = myWriter(pluginConfig, myLasso.config);
// ****************************