extension ExtPose

GraphQL developer tools

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Devtools panel for GraphQL development

Image from store GraphQL developer tools
Description from store Adds a new tab to Chrome Developer Tools and allows to inspect GraphQL queries and responses.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-07-27) Oleksandr Golubishko: Variables are always empty
  • (2021-04-14) Konrad: It's nice, but doesn't show any variables (always empty), which makes it pretty much useless in my opinion.
  • (2021-03-10) Renato Gama: No way to clean the console. Looks bad on dark theme.
  • (2021-01-21) Igor Verizub: Variables are always empty
  • (2020-11-11) Mary Jesany Anub: Variables are always empty
  • (2020-10-18) Artem Soltynskiy: variable is always empty(
  • (2020-09-30) Damir Harambasic: I like everything about it besides the fact that it doesn't support Dark Mode. Can we get this updated?
  • (2020-08-18) Mikhail Samoylov: The extension failing to parse query variables, makes it useless.
  • (2020-08-09) Junaid Atari: Extension is great but variables always seems empty!
  • (2019-12-18) Will Vedder: I see a lot of potential but completely unusable. The extension frequently freezes, refreshing doesn't clear previous requests and variables always come up as an empty object. Makes me frustrated because the web tooling around Graphql is supposed to be top notch.
  • (2019-08-30) Julius Lungys: When chrome devtools are set to darkmode, this extension is nearly unusable. Text is very dark gray on black background.
  • (2019-07-17) Gerardo Lima: The variables pane is shown always as {} to me.
  • (2019-07-03) Cory Simmons: This should be part of native Chrome DevTools. Thank you for the extension!
  • (2019-01-11) Jorn Luiten: Works well. The colour coding makes the queries and response more readable than the other GraphQl extension. However when I refresh the page, old queries stay and there's no "clear" button like in the Network tab. The long list of queries makes the whole window scroll, including the right panel where query details are shown. Fix this for 5 stars!
  • (2018-07-18) Ednaldo Neimeg: There should be a way to clean the console before making new requests.

Latest issues

  • (2020-10-28, v:0.1.2) Mike Porter: Broken support for dark mode developer console
    All of the queries on the left appear very difficult to read in dark mode
  • (2020-02-08, v:0.1.2) Empty Variables
    On version 0.1.2 The variables table always displays {}
  • (2019-08-30, v:0.1.2) Julius Lungys: Chrome devtools darkmode incompatibility
    When chrome devtools are set to darkmode this extension is nearly unusable as it has dark grey text on black background.
  • (2019-07-30, v:0.1.2) 沈建征: Extension do not work
    why the extension button is gray and can not open any query page?
  • (2019-07-02, v:0.1.2) rahul a: Extension doesn't work anymore
    The extension doesn't load queries anymore
  • (2019-03-29, v:0.1.2) Does not update
    Love the concept, but its unusable at the moment because when navigating in a single page app or reloading the page, the new and changed queries are not updated into the GraphQL network tab.
  • (2019-02-25, v:0.1.2) Junaid Atari: Empty Variables
    Graph query contains variable(s) but Variables tab is empty
  • (2019-02-22, v:0.1.2) color font on dark theme
    The font isn't visible when we use the dark theme Thanks ;)
  • (2018-10-26, v:0.1.2) Joanna Szuba: Tabs visibility on dark theme
    Navigation tabs are barely visible on dark theme https://i.imgur.com/JvrzQzI.png
  • (2018-10-18, v:0.1.2) Dale Humby: "Variables" not showing
    In Chrome network tab, the request is as follows: {"query":"\nquery OrgWeekOnWeekPerformance(\n $currentWeekStartDate: Date!\n $currentWeekEndDate: Date!\n $previousWeekStartDate: Date!\n $previousWeekEndDate: Date!\n $monthToDateStartDate: Date!\n $monthToDateEndDate: Date!\n $previousMonthStartDate: Date!\n $previousMonthEndDate: Date!\n) {\n organisation {\n thisWeek: performance(\n groupBy: week\n dateRange: {\n startDate: $currentWeekStartDate\n endDate: $currentWeekEndDate\n }\n ) {\n ...OrgBlockOfTimeFields\n }\n previousWeek: performance(\n groupBy: week\n dateRange: {\n startDate: $previousWeekStartDate\n endDate: $previousWeekEndDate\n }\n ) {\n ...OrgBlockOfTimeFields\n }\n monthToDate: performance(\n groupBy: month\n dateRange: {\n startDate: $monthToDateStartDate\n endDate: $monthToDateEndDate\n }\n ) {\n ...OrgBlockOfTimeFields\n }\n previousMonth: performance(\n groupBy: month\n dateRange: {\n startDate: $previousMonthStartDate\n endDate: $previousMonthEndDate\n }\n ) {\n ...OrgBlockOfTimeFields\n }\n }\n}\n\nfragment OrgBlockOfTimeFields on OrganisationPerformance {\n startDate\n endDate\n totalAmount\n activeMerchantCount\n totalMerchantCount\n}\n","variables":{"currentWeekStartDate":"2018-10-15","currentWeekEndDate":"2018-10-21","previousWeekStartDate":"2018-10-08","previousWeekEndDate":"2018-10-14","monthToDateStartDate":"2018-10-01","monthToDateEndDate":"2018-10-31","previousMonthStartDate":"2018-09-01","previousMonthEndDate":"2018-09-30"}} But in the GraphQL tab: the query is correct, but variables section just shows {} Thanks Dale
  • (2018-08-13, v:0.1.2) Nikolas Tziolis: Extension does NOT support batched operations
    Great extension, however sadly it does not offer the ability to see the contents of batched operations. The format is: query{ operation1: ...graphql.. operation2: ...graphql.. } Minimally we would love to see these operations being reported in a flat style. Optimally the UI would group them to show joint execution time For more info on how we generate batched operations see: https://www.npmjs.com/package/apollo-link-batch-http


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3.4 (20 votes)
Last update / version
2017-11-19 / 0.1.2
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