Save Time and Stop Writing GraphQL Resolvers
Building GraphQL APIs manually requires a lot of effort and resources. This post talks about how Hasura helps build GraphQL APIs eliminating the challenges and time consumed.
GraphQL Security in Production with Automated Allow Lists
Learn how to generate allow lists in Hasura automatically from your GraphQL Queries.
Top 3 Reasons why Enterprises Choose Hasura
This article showcases the main 3 reasons why enterprises choose Hasura for their applications.
Top Serverless PostgreSQL Providers
This post shows the top serverless PostgreSQL providers to host your database that fits in well with Hasura Cloud.
Top psql commands and flags you need to know | PostgreSQL
This post will teach you the top psql commands and flags you need to know when working with PostgreSQL.
State of GraphQL 2022 Survey Report Summary and Insights
In this post, we will look at the key insights and latest GraphQL trends identified in this survey.
Top PostgreSQL Database Free Tier Solutions
If you are looking for free solutions to host your Postgres database, you are in the right place! We did a bit of research for the best Postgres providers you can use for free.
Announcing General Availability of BigQuery with Hasura
We recently announced the general availability of BigQuery in Hasura! Now you can connect a BigQuery database to your Hasura application to consume data.
Hasura GraphQL on Your Hydra Data Warehouse
In this post, we will discuss how to Instant GraphQL APIs on Hydra using Hasura. Hydra is an open-source data warehouse built from the ground up on Postgres.
Event triggers on MS SQL Server database
The event triggers in Hasura [https://hasura.io/docs/latest/event-triggers/index/] enable you to perform custom business logic on your data. They capture events (insert, update, delete) on a specified table and then invoke an HTTP webhook to run the custom business logic. This article shows how to use event triggers with an MS SQL Server database. SQL Server database Before creating a Hasura application, you should have a SQL Server database available. Additionally, ensure that the database is
Naming conventions for GraphQL schema
When you build a GraphQL API with Hasura, the GraphQL Engine automatically generates names for the GraphQL schema objects. Starting with Hasura v2.8.0 [https://github.com/hasura/graphql-engine/releases/tag/v2.8.0], you can customize the name of fields, types, and arguments. Why would you customize the names? In certain use cases, one Hasura application might have multiple databases. With the "naming convention" feature, you can: * group together all fields belonging to a database * solve co
Disable GraphQL Query and Subscription Root Fields selectively with RBAC
Learn how to disable GraphQL query or subscription root fields in Hasura applications with RBAC