What Amasty extensions support PWA and GraphQL?

What Amasty extensions support PWA and GraphQL?

      Amasty PWA add-ons provide the same functionality as the original Amasty extensions. The PWA add-ons are created with the required Magento PWA stack of technologies, which makes it applicable for building a PWA site on the base of Magento. PWA add-ons can't work without the corresponding core extensions (e.g. PWA for Elastic Search will work only if the main Elastic Search extension is installed).
      Some Amasty modules, however, support GraphQL out of the box (read+write or read-only). Extensions with GraphQL support work as a bridge between backend and frontend, so there are no limitations in frontend frameworks - it can be React, Vue, or any other one. 
      For extensions that work for the admin panel only and do not interact with the frontend part, GraphQL support is not required. 

      Please refer to the table below to see the full list of Amasty extensions with PWA and GraphQL support. 


      Amasty continues extending the lineage of the modules with PWA and GraphQL support, and this table will be constantly updated with relevant information.

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