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Apollo Server Fastify

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Apollo Server Integration for Fastify

Introduction

An Apollo Server integration for use with Fastify.

This is a simple package that easily allows you to connect your own Fastify server implementation to an Apollo Server instance.

Requirements

Installation

npm install @as-integrations/fastify @apollo/server graphql fastify

Usage

Setup Fastify & Apollo Server like you usually would and then connect the two by using the fastifyApollo plugin:

import Fastify from "fastify";
import { ApolloServer, BaseContext } from "@apollo/server";
import fastifyApollo, { fastifyApolloDrainPlugin } from "@as-integrations/fastify";
// ...

const fastify = Fastify();

const apollo = new ApolloServer<BaseContext>({
  typeDefs,
  resolvers,
  plugins: [fastifyApolloDrainPlugin(fastify)],
});

await apollo.start();

// ...

await fastify.register(fastifyApollo(apollo));

Note: You must call and await apollo.start() before using the integration.

Alternatively you can use the exported function fastifyApolloHandler which can be passed into any Fastify route handler. This allows you to explicitly set all routing options like the URL path and accepted methods.

Examples shown below:

import { fastifyApolloHandler } from "@as-integrations/fastify";

// ... setup Fastify & Apollo

fastify.post("/graphql", fastifyApolloHandler(apollo));
// OR
fastify.get("/api", fastifyApolloHandler(apollo));
// OR
fastify.route({
  url: "/graphql",
  method: ["POST", "OPTIONS"],
  handler: fastifyApolloHandler(apollo),
});

Please see the example.

Context

Apollo Server v4 has moved context setup outside of the ApolloServer constructor.

Define your own context function and pass it in to the context option. The function accepts two arguments - request and reply. They are of type FastifyRequest and FastifyReply respectively. Whatever is returned from the function will be passed to the context argument in your resolvers.

For example:

import { ApolloServer } from "@apollo/server";

import fastifyApollo, {
  fastifyApolloHandler,
  ApolloFastifyContextFunction,
} from "@as-integrations/fastify";
// ...

interface MyContext {
  authorization: JWTPayload | false;
}

const apollo = new ApolloServer<MyContext>(...);

const myContextFunction: ApolloFastifyContextFunction<MyContext> = async (request, reply) => ({
  authorization: await isAuthorized(request.headers.authorization),
});

await fastify.register(fastifyApollo(apollo), {
  context: myContextFunction,
});

// OR

await fastify.post("/graphql", fastifyApolloHandler(apollo, {
  context: myContextFunction,
}));
// Access the context in your resolvers
export const resolvers = {
  Query: {
    helloWorld: (parent, args, context, info) => {
      if (!context.authorization) {
        throw new Error("Not authorized");
      }
      
      return "Hello world :)";
    },
  },
};

API

All options and generics are optional other than passing in the ApolloServer instance.

fastifyApollo

function fastifyApollo<Context extends BaseContext = BaseContext>(
  apollo: ApolloServer<Context>,
): FastifyPluginAsync<ApolloFastifyPluginOptions<Context>>;

fastifyApolloHandler

function fastifyApolloHandler<Context extends BaseContext = BaseContext>(
  apollo: ApolloServer<Context>,
  options?: ApolloFastifyHandlerOptions<Context>,
): RouteHandlerMethod;

ApolloFastifyContextFunction

type ApolloFastifyContextFunction<Context> = (
  request: FastifyRequest,
  reply: FastifyReply,
) => Promise<Context>;

ApolloFastifyHandlerOptions

interface ApolloFastifyHandlerOptions<Context extends BaseContext = BaseContext> {
  context?: ApolloFastifyContextFunction<Context>; // default: async () => ({})
}

ApolloFastifyPluginOptions

interface ApolloFastifyPluginOptions<Context extends BaseContext = BaseContext>
  extends ApolloFastifyHandlerOptions<Context> {
  path?: string; // default: "/graphql"
  method?: HTTPMethod | HTTPMethod[]; // default: ["GET", "POST", "OPTIONS"]
}

HTTPMethod is exported from Fastify.

HTTPS/HTTP2

All functions and types optionally allow you to pass in or infer a Server type from Fastify.

Node.JS v16

Please pass in forceCloseConnections: true to Fastify in combination with fastifyApolloDrainPlugin to correctly shutdown you're server on close and not hang incoming requests.

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