Actions

Hasura makes it easy to integrate business logic into your GraphQL API with an eventing system called Actions via an API, serverless / postgres functions.

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
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
Actions

Turn your Ruby on Rails REST API to GraphQL using Hasura Actions

In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Ruby on Rails REST API written in Flask to GraphQL.
Marion
Marion
8 min read
Actions

Turn your Python REST API to GraphQL using Hasura Actions

In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Python REST API written in Flask to GraphQL.
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
7 min read
Actions

Turn your Node.js REST API to GraphQL using Hasura Actions

In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Node.js REST API to GraphQL.
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
7 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
Actions

Building a customizable e-commerce backend with Hasura

An overview of building customizable, scalable, & secure backends for e-commerce apps with Hasura with all fundamental features like auth, search, inventory validations, add to cart, order placement and payments.
Praveen Durairaju
Praveen Durairaju
8 min read
Actions

Adding custom business logic to Hasura using Dark

Hasura has recently implemented a way to create custom mutations called Actions. Want to handle complex business logic? Actions are the way to go! To create a new action, you need to provide a definition, handler (REST endpoint), and specify the kind – sync or async. When you run the custom GraphQL mutation, Hasura makes a POST request to the specified handler with the mutation arguments and the session variables. If you want to know more about the machinery behind it, check out the docs [https
Aleksandra
Aleksandra
6 min read
Actions

Game on! Building a Unity Leaderboard with GraphQL & Hasura

In this three-part series, we build a Unity leaderboard with Hasura! Follow along as Baris Tumerkan, a Unity dev who is learning GraphQL, and Sezgi Ulucam, a GraphQL dev with no Unity experience, team up to solve this challenge together.
Sezgi Ulucam
Sezgi Ulucam
2 min read
FAQ

Hasura FAQ: What are the best practices? (Part 1)

Have you been wondering about best practices with Hasura? Here’s a quick rundown of some of our recent FAQ’s.
Sezgi Ulucam
Sezgi Ulucam
2 min read