Let's take a closer look at some of what Elucid can do.
Resource not found
When querying a database using GraphQL, it's typical to specify a unique argument value such as an id number. If no data point with a matching value can be found, GraphQL will return an ambiguous null value. Is it null because the datapoint doesn't exist, or because it holds an empty value? Null value responses are often caused by other issues with the query or GraphQL server, too. Elucid helps you know when a specified resource simply isn't found.
If a GraphQL resolver isn't constructed properly, it will likely result in strange and incomplete responses. Elucid can help identify and tell you about these.
Elucid can identify and message about multiple simultaneous errors in queries and from the server.
Test Elucid out yourself! Copy and paste sample code from the examples above, or plug in your own.