Ariadne provides a
GraphQL class that implements a production-ready ASGI application.
Using with an ASGI server
First create an application instance pointing it to the schema to serve:
# in myasgi.py import os from ariadne import make_executable_schema from ariadne.asgi import GraphQL from mygraphql import type_defs, resolvers schema = make_executable_schema(type_defs, resolvers) application = GraphQL(schema)
Then point an ASGI server such as uvicorn at the above instance.
Example using uvicorn:
GraphQL takes the same options that
graphql does, but accepts extra option specific to it:
If given a number of seconds, will send "keepalive" packets to the client in an attempt to prevent the connection from being dropped due to inactivity.
Extensions to use during query processing.
Can be list of classes extending
Extension, or callable that will be called with single argument (HTTP request representation specific to the web stack used) that should return
None or list of those.