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GraphQL global ID migration update

GraphQL global ID migration update

All newly created GraphQL objects now have IDs that conform to a new format, which we refer to as "next IDs." Learn how to migrate older IDs to the new format and why we're making the change.

Andrew Hoglund November 16, 2021
New global ID format coming to GraphQL

New global ID format coming to GraphQL

The GitHub GraphQL API has been publicly available for over 4 years now. Its usage has grown immensely over time, and we’ve learned a lot from running one of the largest public GraphQL APIs in the world. Today, we are introducing a new format for object identifiers and a roll out plan that brings it […]

Wissam Abirached February 10, 2021
GitHub Mobile and GraphQL

GitHub Mobile and GraphQL

GitHub’s mobile applications have used GraphQL to power new features. We’ve now been able to move faster and get more done with less hassle and no over-fetching. We were able to turn to the open source community and use Apollo for iOS and Android. By doing so, we moved at warp-speed. We also minimized ongoing […]

Hesham Salman September 23, 2020
Audit Log GraphQL API now generally available

Audit Log GraphQL API now generally available

The Audit Log GraphQL API is now generally available. With this update, GitHub Enterprise Cloud administrators can programmatically access audit log events for detailed security and compliance insights across their organizations and repos. In addition, we have added support for new log entries like repo create and delete as part of this release.

GitHub Changelog August 15, 2019
Enterprise Accounts GraphQL Public Schema Preview

Enterprise Accounts GraphQL Public Schema Preview

Enterprise accounts now have a public schema preview available for GitHub Enterprise Cloud. As part of this preview, enterprise owners have the ability to manage enterprise accounts via the GraphQL API. Learn more about the enterprise accounts GraphQL preview

GitHub Changelog August 5, 2019
Learn GraphQL with GitHub

Learn GraphQL with GitHub

Make the switch from REST to GraphQL with our webcast and online training course. Webcast: Migrating from REST to GraphQL Join GitHub Platform Engineer Mark Tareshawty and Trainer Matt Desmond on August 8th at 10am PST. They’ll discuss how GraphQL represents a giant leap forward in the world of APIs. As a significant departure from […]

Matt Desmond August 3, 2017
Introducing GitHub Enterprise 2.10: build tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API, organize with topics, and level up your project management

Introducing GitHub Enterprise 2.10: build tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API, organize with topics, and level up your project management

The latest GitHub Enterprise release is here with updates for developers and admins alike. Customizable workflows and advanced project tracking help your team do more at every step of the development cycle. Ready to upgrade? Download GitHub Enterprise 2.10 Create your own tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API The GitHub GraphQL API is now […]

Avinash Sridhar June 5, 2017
Introducing GitHub Enterprise 2.10: build tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API, organize with topics, and level up your project management

Introducing GitHub Enterprise 2.10: build tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API, organize with topics, and level up your project management

The latest GitHub Enterprise release is here with updates for developers and admins alike. Customizable workflows and advanced project tracking help your team do more at every step of the development cycle. Ready to upgrade? Download GitHub Enterprise 2.10 Create your own tools with the new GitHub GraphQL API The GitHub GraphQL API is now […]

Avinash Sridhar June 5, 2017
The GitHub GraphQL API

The GitHub GraphQL API

GitHub announced a public API one month after the site launched. We've evolved this platform through three versions, adhering to RFC standards and embracing new design patterns to provide a clear and consistent interface.

GitHub Engineering September 14, 2016
Release Radar · October 2021 Edition

Release Radar · October 2021 Edition

What an incredible month it’s been for GitHub and our communities. Whilst we’ve been busy with GitHub Universe, our communities have been busy coding. It’s been a successful year for Hacktoberfest, with many first-time contributors to the open source ecosystem. It wouldn’t be open source without contributors, and there wouldn’t be anything to contribute to […]

Michelle Mannering November 12, 2021