Enterprise Resource Planning
OpusFlow: Enterprise resource planning software brought to life fast with Hasura
The Dutch cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system uses Hasura to offload tedious backend development. With Hasura in its tech stack and handling so much of the backend, the OpusFlow team can focus on its core work of streamlining business operations for its clients.
GraphQL APIsCustomer Story
How Hasura took Leonardo.Ai from first code commit to production in 30 days
Customer StoryGraphQL APIs
Hasura Data Delivery Network
Announcing Hasura Data Delivery Network Alpha
Remote Table Authorization
Introducing Remote Table Authorization: Write permission rules across all your data
Building a GenAI-powered SRE assistant with ClickHouse and Hasura
Announcing Hasura Notebook: Prototype fast on your GenAI apps [updated]
GenerativeAILarge Language Models
Hasura + NoSQL = 🚀 Announcing GA for MongoDB database support
Exploring an instant secure API layer on DuckDB
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The Architect’s Dilemma: Navigating the world of GraphQL
I think a big part of the hype boils down to the fact that GraphQL done right is simply better than any possible equivalent of its REST counterpart.
GraphQL for data products
To connect backend data products with the chatbot frontend, a reliable, scalable, and secure communication mechanism is needed. This blog post posits that the link should be GraphQL.
How to convert TypeScript types to GraphQL types: better serverless functions
What if you could write TypeScript functions and that was enough to make a fully typed API in GraphQL? And while we’re at it, can we get better serverless functions?
The Hasura open source observability stack
Explore how Hasura seamlessly integrates state-of-the-art, open source observability tools via OpenTelemetry giving developers a holistic view of performance, user interactions, and potential bottlenecks.
Compiling GraphQL for optimal performance: going beyond Dataloader
An implementation-level description of the architecture that allows Hasura v3 to achieve better-than-Dataloader performance across multiple different data sources.
Supercharging development: The power of Hasura and ClickHouse for real-time analytics
Combining Hasura’s ability to instantly generate GraphQL APIs and ClickHouse’s powerful real-time analytics capabilities allows developers to rapidly innovate and deliver blazing-fast applications that include real-time analytics.
Building a supergraph with Snowflake and PostgreSQL using Hasura
In this blog post, we'll guide you through the process of building such a backend, highlighting the use of Snowflake and PostgresSQL databases, as well as demonstrating individually executed and nested queries.
A graph is not a set of nodes. Getting to the root of GraphQL complaints.
When you treat your graph like a set of nodes, you miss the point of GraphQL. The beautiful thing about data living in a graph is that each piece of data becomes enriched by virtue of its relationships with other pieces of data.
Get 10x efficient in building production-ready GenAI RAG applications
Boost your productivity with Hasura and Portkey This blog illustrates how Hasura and Portkey can boost your productivity and help you stay competitive.
GraphQL backends becoming more efficient and performant: Takeaways from GraphQL Conf 2023
In this post, I would like to summarize some key takeaways from the conference and how exciting the future of GraphQL looks like.
Harness the full potential of Snowflake with Hasura Logical Models
In this blog post, we'll explore the exciting capabilities of Hasura Logical Models and Native Queries allowing users to execute SQL queries in Snowflake and seamlessly operationalize them over the Hasura schema.
The Hasura Hacktoberfest Fiesta: Build a Supergraph and win $1000!
The deal is simple: Participants with four pull requests (PRs) accepted between October 1-31, 2023 will receive a unique digital reward from Hacktoberfest, and if you’re lucky, win $1000 with our Hasura supergraph Top-N challenge!
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!