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Announcing Hasura GraphQL Engine 2.0!
On behalf of the entire team at Hasura, I'm delighted to announce the release of Hasura GraphQL Engine 2.0 (also just called Hasura 2.0). 🎉
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Announcement: Hasura Cloud Available In 8 Regions
Today we have added 3 new regions where you can deploy your Hasura Cloud projects: London, Montreal, and Sydney.
Hasura Design Philosophy
In this post, I’m going to talk about the product vision of Hasura, our technical design philosophy, how Hasura compares to other technologies in the landscape and finally some FAQs about Hasura.
Announcing our $25M Series B financing
I’m happy to announce our $25M Series B financing led by Lightspeed (Techcrunch) with participation of our existing investors Vertex, Nexus, SAP.io & Strive.
Data Federation in GraphQL using Hasura Remote Joins and Gatsby Source Plugins
We will look at how to use Gatsby Source Plugins as a Remote Schema source and federate data using Hasura Remote Joins for a unified data model and GraphQL API
Introducing Scheduled Triggers: API Driven Cron Jobs and Scheduled Events
We are happy to announce the stable release of v1.3 bringing in a slew of features like Data Federation via Remote Joins, Support for Relay and Scheduled Triggers.
Announcing Hasura Cloud: Managed GraphQL for your database and services
I’m delighted to announce the public beta of Hasura cloud! You don’t think about the number of instances, cores, memory, concurrent users, high-availability, realtime monitoring, caching, tracing, rate-limiting and other things that are infrastructure concerns
Remote Joins: A GraphQL API to join across your database and other data-sources
Hasura Remote Joins lets developers treat data across different data sources as if it were one database without having to modify or affect the existing data source.
Introducing Actions: Add custom business logic to Hasura
Hasura makes it easy to integrate business logic into your GraphQL API with Actions.
A Design Guide for Building Offline First Apps
Building Offline first apps is hard! We discuss 4 approaches that will help you build robust offline first apps with a fantastic user experience.
GraphQL Everywhere: Use Hasura + GraphQL Mesh to create the ultimate data graph - Uri Goldshtein @HasuraCon'20
Uri Goldshtein spoke last year at HasuraCon'20 on how one can use Hasura's remote joins feature and GraphQL Mesh to create data graphs. As HasuraCon'21 is almost here, we thought it would be the perfect time to take a look back on all the amazing talks by our amazing speakers from 2020!
Case Study: How Startup Pipe Went From Prototype to Production In 11 Days With Hasura
In just one year Pipe has experienced amazing success accomplishing this with just 11 engineers. Helping fuel this efficiency was Pipe’s decision to make Hasura an essential part of their technical architecture, which has provided tangible benefits to their dev processes and their bottom line.
How Hasura Makes Learning Code Easier - Ali Spittel @HasuraCon'20
Ali Spittel explains how using Hasura makes learning and teaching code super easy!
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.10
The release train continues towards the station with the release of 2.0 alpha 10. Including aggregation fields for SQL Server and BigQuery support.
Building a GraphQL to SQL Compiler on Postgres, MS SQL and MySQL
The release of Hasura 2.0 included one of the most exciting features to date - multiple database backends, and in particular, support for our first new backend, Microsoft SQL Server. On the face of it, this probably seems like a relatively straightforward change.
Automatic image tagging in Hasura Cloud with Cloudinary and Autocode
In this short tutorial, we will build an image storage integration with Hasura that auto-tags our images for us. Our user journey involves uploading a photo, waiting for the photo to get analyzed, then be presented with the suggested categories, and save them to the right location.
Testing Hasura GraphQL APIs with Karate
So you've created your new GraphQL API with Hasura - what's next? It'd be a great idea to write some unit tests against your expected queries to make sure everything keeps working in your application as you make changes to your GraphQL API.
Monitoring in Hasura
Hasura helps you monitor what matters so that you can optimize your apps, products, and services with precision. Monitoring can also be scoped to specific contributor roles
Building Hasura - CI/CD and the story of a monorepo
In this blog post, I will share the story of the Hasura monorepo, and some internal tooling, that facilitates day-to-day engineering work.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.9
Never one to wait when product is ready, we are excited to announce the release of Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.9 fresh on the heels of alpha.8
Query hierarchical data structures on Hasura with Postgres ltree
Introducing `ltree` operator support in Hasura This post introduces support in Hasura 2.0 for queries on hierarchical data structures, with the help of Postgres `ltree` operators. It includes several examples, so we recommend that you create a new project in Hasura Cloud to try them out.
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