GraphQL Playground for Chrome - Chrome Web Store
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Chrome extension for GraphQL Playground

Exposes the awesome GraphQL Playground application as a Chrome extension. This is especially useful if your GraphQL server requires cookie credentials from a session that you've established in your browser. SEND COOKIE CREDENTIALS To include cookies in your GraphQL calls, click on the gear icon in the top right-hand corner and change the "request.credentials" property from "omit" to "include" and click "SAVE SETTINGS". CHANGE FROM DARK TO LIGHT THEME If you prefer a light theme, click on the gear icon in the top right-hand corner and change the "editor.theme" property from "dark" to "light" and click "SAVE SETTINGS".

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Ivan ZakharankaJan 26, 2023

Very convenient application!

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Jakub T. JankiewiczSep 21, 2022

Great extension. Great way to test GraphQL server. Since Apollo server doesn't add explorer to dev env, with this you don't need to setup explorer yourself manually. And you can use it even if the GraphQL is protected with password since it use your browser cookies.

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Константин СSep 20, 2019

Good app. Need auto-expand query parameters. Example: 1. type {userList} 2. press the execute button 3. Expand all parameters from schema { userList { id name } }

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