HasuraCon'21 - Cross Database Joins with GraphQL and all the other exciting announcements
Celebrating 250M Downloads and 2.0 in stable, HasuraCon'21 starts off with major announcements such as Cross Database Joins with GraphQL, schema sharing and better git-bases CI/CD workflows on Hasura Cloud.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-beta.2
We continue our progress towards 2.0 stability with today’s release of 2.0.0-beta 2. This beta features fixes across datasources, server, and numerous console improvements.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-beta.1
We continue our progress towards 2.0 stability with today’s release of 2.0.0-beta1. Let us explain what a beta means to the humans at Hasura.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.11
We are super excited to announce the final alpha in the 2.0 series with 2.0.0-alpha.11. Including multiple bug fixes, SQL Server Explain support, and more...
Graphqurl v1.0: curl for GraphQL
Graphqurl is a curl like CLI for GraphQL. Its features include: * CLI for making GraphQL queries. * Run a custom GraphiQL locally against any endpoint. * Can be used as a library with Node.js or from the browser. * Supports subscriptions over websocket.
What's new in Hasura Cloud: May 2021
Hasura Cloud gives you a fully managed, production ready GraphQL API as a service to help you build modern apps faster. You can get started in 30 seconds. Recently, along with the usual stability improvements, we introduced new regions, and tooling for better observability.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.10
The release train continues towards the station with the release of 2.0 alpha 10. Including aggregation fields for SQL Server and BigQuery support.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.9
Never one to wait when product is ready, we are excited to announce the release of Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.9 fresh on the heels of alpha.8
Query hierarchical data structures on Hasura with Postgres ltree
Introducing `ltree` operator support in Hasura This post introduces support in Hasura 2.0 for queries on hierarchical data structures, with the help of Postgres `ltree` operators. It includes several examples, so we recommend that you create a new project in Hasura Cloud to try them out.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.8
We are excited to announce the release of Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.8! This continues our journey towards 2.0 being fully feature stable. And, while ‘alpha’ in name, it is not alpha in quality.
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). 🎉
Announcing Hasura 1.4.0.alpha.1
Announcing Hasura 1.4.0.apha1. 1.4 is not a ‘small release’. In fact, the list of features is substantive and incredibly exciting. If you’ve attended a recent Hasura Community Call you may well have seen recent demos of these capabilities.
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