The rise of GraphQL APIs on data warehouses
In this article, we will talk about the drivers behind the rise of data APIs in data warehouses, challenges with current approaches to building, operating, and scaling data APIs, and how Hasura addresses those challenges for our customers.
Instant streaming APIs with built-in authorization for new or existing Postgres
This post discusses a recent capability added to Hasura GraphQL Engine: Streaming over GraphQL subscriptions for Postgres.
The Ultimate Guide to handling JWTs on frontend clients (GraphQL)
JWTs are becoming a popular way of handling auth. This post aims to demystify what a JWT is, discuss its pros/cons and cover best practices in implementing JWT on the client-side, keeping security in mind.
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). 🎉
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).
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.
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.
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.
Hasura 2020: The next phase of our journey
We just announced our fundraise and I thought I’d take this opportunity to put together some notes on what 2020 has in store for Hasura.