Announcements

Use Hasura Cloud In 5 Regions

We’re excited to announce that you can now deploy your Hasura Cloud projects to different geographies. Based on your feedback these regions are now available: Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Europe (Frankfurt), US East (Ohio), and US West (Northern California).
  • Steven Yi
    Steven Yi
  • Tanmai Gopal
    Tanmai Gopal
1 min read
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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.
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
15 min read

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.
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
4 min read
GatsbyJS

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
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
8 min read
Scheduled Triggers

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.
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
4 min read
Announcements

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
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
8 min read
Announcements

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.
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
5 min read
Actions

Introducing Actions: Add custom business logic to Hasura

Hasura makes it easy to integrate business logic into your GraphQL API with Actions.
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
7 min read
Offline

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.
Gautam BT
Gautam BT
9 min read

Recent Blogs

Announcements

Introducing the Open-Source Hasura Data Dictionary

The Hasura Data Dictionary is an open-source project to make it easy to understand your database relationships, GraphQL schemas, and create complex GraphQL queries.
Steven Yi
Steven Yi
3 min read
Announcements

Introducing Hasura Monitoring with DataDog

We’re excited to announce that you can monitor your Hasura projects with Datadog. Available for Hasura Cloud’s Standard Plan and with Hasura Enterprise for on-prem or private cloud deployment, this feature lets you send operation logs to your organization's Datadog dashboard.
Steven Yi
Steven Yi
2 min read
JavaScript

RedwoodJS with Hasura = ❤️

How to build a fullstack, JAMstack application using RedwoodJS, GraphQL and Hasura.
Vilva Athiban P B
Vilva Athiban P B
6 min read
AWS

AWS Aurora: Is it for you?

Aurora is the new kid in the block. It leverages AWS’s infrastructure to deliver a 1-click enterprise-grade database system. You’ll have in this post the ins-and-outs of Aurora, whether it works with Hasura (hint: it does), and how to set it up with Hasura Cloud.
Gunar Gessner
Gunar Gessner
11 min read
Database

Evolutionary Database Design, GraphQL, APIs, and Database Schema Migrations : Part 1

As a recent joiner to the Hasura team, I find myself learning, and exploring, GraphQL through the lens of my prior experience. In this series, I am going to share my point-of-view on Evolutionary Database Design, GraphQL, and schema migrations.
Adron Hall
Adron Hall
4 min read
GraphQL Contributor Days

GraphQL Contributor Days is back again and online!

An online discussion about the state of GraphQL and important updates from core contributors and authors of various libraries and frameworks in the GraphQL Community.
Hasura
Hasura
1 min read
GraphQL

Optimizing your GraphQL API with Postgres

This post shows how to optimize your GraphQL API using some of Postgres' most popular features. These will help with data validations, data representation and performance enhancement.
Marion
Marion
6 min read
opensource

Hasura Joins Hacktoberfest: 3rd year in a row!

Hasura joins Hacktoberfest 3rd year in a row to celebrate open-source with the community and encourage contributions.
  • Vishwa Mehta
    Vishwa Mehta
  • Shraddha Agrawal
    Shraddha Agrawal
5 min read
Hasura Cloud

GraphQL in Production with Hasura Cloud

In this post, we will look at various aspects of taking a GraphQL API to production and how Hasura helps you through the process seamlessly with it's advanced security and production ready features.
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
10 min read
Actions

Turn your Java REST API to GraphQL using Hasura Actions

In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Java REST API written in Spring Boot to GraphQL.
Vishwa Mehta
Vishwa Mehta
7 min read
Haskell

Partnering with Well Typed and investing in the Haskell community

Hasura’s core engine is built in Haskell. Although a seemingly risky choice initially, our choice of spending our innovation token / golden ticket to build with Haskell had paid off well.
Tanmai Gopal
Tanmai Gopal
2 min read
Actions

Turn your Go REST API to GraphQL using Hasura Actions

In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Go REST API to GraphQL.
Gavin Ray
Gavin Ray
6 min read