GraphQL is a query language specification for your Python API. Developed internally by Facebook in 2012, it became public and open source in 2015. GraphQL itself can’t be installed since it’s only a specification, if you want to use it, you’ll have to install a client and a server. The most popular clients are Apollo from Meteor and Relay from Facebook. On the server side, you’ll have to choose the one that suits you according to your language preferences. There are GraphQL servers available in Python like Graphene Python.
Graphene Python is a library for building GraphQL APIs in Python easily, its main goal is to provide a simple but extendable Python API for making developers’ lives easier. Graphene Python will work out of the box with your current stack.