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GraphQL Network (delisted)

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GraphQL Network provides a "network"-style tab for GraphQL requests to allow developers to debug more easily. The Chrome DevTools…

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Description from store GraphQL Network provides a "network"-style tab for GraphQL requests to allow developers to debug more easily. The Chrome DevTools Network tab is fantastic for debugging RESTful api calls but it falls down a bit when it comes to GraphQL requests. This is because they are usually heading to the same endpoint "/graphql" which makes finding the right request difficult. Additionally they only display a string of text to represent your request body which makes it difficult to debug. GraphQL Network displays separate entries for each request you send, displaying the query name so that you can easily find the request you want to debug. Beyond that GraphQL Network displays a well-formatted version of your request, a computed version which parses fragments and an easy to navigate response tab.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-12-30) Matt Furniss: Nice tool, but needs to work with Dark Mode.
  • (2020-12-17) Levi: Good tool, but you need to make the left and right panes scroll independently of each other. Very difficult to navigate through and inspect a long list of queries when the left pane is scrolling even though you're just trying to read the query/response date in the right pane.
  • (2020-07-15) Andrey Lutogin: black theme console bug
  • (2020-01-09) Martin Denyer: functionality works very well, looks terrible
  • (2019-12-03) Chris Graham: Great concept. Desperately needs expand-all or auto-expand for args, computed request, and response. Maybe a setting to auto-expand to N levels. Without this, it's not much easier than drilling into Dev Tools to grab the request and make sense of it. I would also love to see the Response below the Request in the detail pane, rather than having to toggle back and forth.
  • (2019-10-21) Leandro Silveira: good job !!
  • (2019-08-13) Cristian: Support for dark mode please
  • (2019-07-30) A. M.: This is a nice extension that makes GraphQL requests easier to look at. I use it frequently. Two gripes: 1. The Clear button is at the bottom, below all the requests. If there are many requests, this means scrolling to the bottom to clear them out. I wish the button were at the top, or at top and bottom. 2. In the Response tab, to uncollapse a response, you have to click in several places to drill into a response. I wish there were a quicker, easier way to uncollapse the responses to see the values.
  • (2019-05-16) Andrej Lacko: no support for dark mode 😱 why? not many devs use light mode any more...
  • (2019-03-15) Sterling Camden: Works great. One big catch is that it doesn't analyze previous network requests when you open it. So I have to be sure to open the graphql tab as soon as i open devtools or i cant see everything.
  • (2019-01-11) Jorn Luiten: Works well. It'd be a bit more user friendly though if the preview tab would have the object colour coded and styled as it is in the Network tab. This would give it 5 stars.
  • (2019-01-07) Benjamin Ashanin: it does not work. Or maybe i did it wrong?
  • (2018-08-20) Evan Sharp: Works very well. My only nit is that it doesn't look that great with the dark dev tools theme
  • (2016-11-25) Zack Young: Nice job! It would be better if variables show on the tab too.

Latest issues

  • (2018-08-13, v:1.3) Nikolas Tziolis: 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
  • (2018-04-28, v:1.3) Nam Hà Hải: Solution for fix the failed installation
    You can download extension at https://chrome-extension-downloader.com You will have a .crx file. You need do the manual installation. https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-install-chrome-extensions-manually/
  • (2018-03-25, v:1.3) e s: launching back to chrome web store
    can't open! Launching back to chrome web store
  • (2018-03-23, v:1.3) mc x: can't open
    can't open; why have 4.5 star?
  • (2017-11-20, v:1.3) Alfonso Valdez: launching back to chrome web store
    Cannot open.
  • (2017-07-25, v:1.3) Pe Studio: Cannot open
    Cannot open
  • (2017-03-17, v:1.2) wangolo joel: Option is disabled in menu
    The Option menu to set some options as the endpoint is disabled in both debian and ubuntu. all running latest browsers. Can't even input any query can't set endpoint.
  • (2017-03-16, v:1.2) Chris Sattinger: Params not showing in first pane anymore
    We can't see the params used in the query. It's always blank. Also would be useful to grab easily copy the query for use in igraphql etc.
  • (2016-11-30, v:1.1) Dave Geddes: not picking up queries made from apollo-client
    the graphql tab isn't showing any of my queries
  • (2016-11-25, v:1.1) Corin Langosch: How are graphql requests detected?
    Queries issued by relay are shown correctly. However quries issued using jquery $.ajax (to the same endpoint as the relay queries) are not shown at all. So I wonder how this extensions decides which requests to track?


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4.0 (24 votes)
Last update / version
2018-08-20 / 1.4
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