Announcing Event Triggers on Hasura GraphQL Engine
After much work and sweat over the last few months, I’m extremely happy to announce the public preview of a feature that allows you to…
Using TimescaleDB with Hasura GraphQL
Use Hasura GraphQL on top of TimescaleDB to build powerful real-time dashboards in minutes
Postgres triggers on GraphQL mutations
Setup Postgres functions and triggers to perform backend operations like validation and inserting/updating other related data
The Ultimate Guide to Schema Stitching in GraphQL
An example-driven guide for understanding schema stitching in order to customize existing GraphQL API(s)
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.
Postgres Date/Time types on GraphQL
Date/Time types are one of the basic types every database supports, and Postgres has robust support for a large set of date and time types…
Instant GraphQL on AWS RDS
Let’s deploy Hasura GraphQL Engine on Amazon RDS , to get instant, blazing-fast GraphQL APIs on a RDS Postgres database.
GraphQL schema on Postgres with foreign keys and without foreign keys
Hasura GraphQL Engine allows creating relationships over Postgres tables with or without foreign keys
Using Custom SQL functions for queries with Postgres and GraphQL
Access custom PostgreSQL functions in GraphQL API queries and subscriptions
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…
Atomic set and increment operators for GraphQL mutations
Use atomic set and increment operators in GraphQL mutations generated by Hasura GraphQL to update your data
Bulk insert mutations with GraphQL
GraphQL insert mutations are used to create new objects in your back-end (typically a database) which can then be queried.
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