Unsent reply to hasura/graphql-engine#3812, on Apollo Server users adoptiong Hasura:
Anyways, my point being is that from a data standpoint you could swap Apollo out for any other spec-compliant server in theory with zero effects (minus whatever vendor-specific tooling you may be using around it).
I'll try to explore this further, but it seems like there's a lot of Apollo systems that we still depend on. There are mutation systems, there are operational concerns.
In terms of getting Hasura into production, ripping out all of our Apollo Server work & replacing it all with Hasura & throwing a big switch over is a very very very intimidating proposal. I appreciate & think you are so very correct technically on so many fronts @GavinRay97, but I would really appreciate a more meet-in-middle path to migration onto Hasura.
> GraphQL does not exist. It is not a technology, framework, or library you can download & install. GraphQL is a specification -- an i