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How FASTCUP built a high performance app with a complex database schema using GraphQL and Hasura
How fastcup.net leveraged GraphQL, Hasura, Postgres and Event Triggers to build a fast, realtime app.
How KintoHub uses GraphQL and Hasura to power their real-time API infrastructure
KintoHub, a cloud-native PaaS provider, powers their real-time API infrastructure using GraphQL and Hasura.
Why Rapid Tender chose GraphQL and Hasura to build a real-time, collaborative tender-response app
The story behind Rapid Tender's adoption of GraphQL and why they chose Hasura to implement it.
Tweaking GraphQL performance using Postgres’ Explain command
Leveraging Postgres’ execution plan information to find performance bottlenecks
GraphQL and UUID type on Postgres
Hasura GraphQL Engine has implicit support for Postgres UUID type, which means that UUID values can be provided as strings.
GraphQL with Postgres views and materialized views
Postgres views are awesome. You can link them to regular tables using relationships and then make a single nested query to fetch related…
Architecture of a high performance GraphQL to SQL engine
The Hasura platform’s data microservice provides a HTTP API to query Postgres using GraphQL or JSON in a permission safe way.