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issue openedvvakame/gqlgen-apollo-federation-demo

How to pass headers from apollo gateway to gql apps

I would like to use some header like Authorization on Go side, but looks like apollo federation doesn't pass any.

Do you have any idea about how to do that?

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issue opened99designs/gqlgen

Modularize gqlgen apps

What happened?

I'm building a graphql api with gqlgen and apollo federation as a gateway.

in gqlgen, I have three services: static page, accounts, auth.

And I'm using apollo federation as a gateway.

For the auth section I need to get Authorization header like r.Header.Get("Authorization") in middleware. But it is empty.

How can I pass headers from apollo federation gateway to gqlgen server?

What did you expect?

All headers from gateway pass to implemented services (gqlgen).

Minimal graphql.schema and models to reproduce

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  • gqlgen: v0.13.0
  • go1.15.1
  • gomod

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issue openedtinrab/spidey

Project Layout (Multilanguage development)

Thank you a for this great project and tutorial. I've really enjoyed it while following.

I'm trying to build a boilerplate for microservices development. And I have a few questions and request about this project.

  1. I'm planning to use different languages for different services. For example typescript for graphql api, c# for auth, go for image process.

Could you add an example to use a different language for a service?

  1. go.mod and go.sum files in the root of project. Is it better idea to put them inside the services so they will be loose coupled.

  2. For database, Is there any persistent layer to keep the data while relaseing application?

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