Celebrating Open-source with Hasura: Hacktoberfest & more!
Every year, Hasura participates in the Hacktoberfest organised by Digital Ocean. And we are back at it in 2021 making it our 4th year in a row with our own flavour of the event!
Announcing The Hasura Contributor Program
Community is core to the identity of Hasura. Whether you are joining an event, getting the newsletter, writing code, answering questions, or otherwise, you are welcome here. Today, we are pleased to announce a programme to recognise your contributions to Hasura!
The Hasura Community Call Roundup - May 2021
The Hasura Community Call is a monthly event hosted on the last Thursdays of the month at 9 AM PT. In this post, we summarise the content from the last event.
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.
HasuraCon’21: Announcing the Hasura User Conference
We are delighted to announce HasuraCon’21! A conference about you, your success, and...of course…full of deep-dive technical content. We are bringing together users from all over the world for a 2 day celebration of all things Hasura!
Community Tooling at Hasura
All the ways to keep up with the latest news, join & interact with the Hasura community and connect with the Hasura Team
GraphQL Contributor Days
GraphQL Contributor Days is back again and online!
An online discussion about the state of GraphQL and important updates from core contributors and authors of various libraries and frameworks in the GraphQL Community.
Hasura Joins Hacktoberfest: 3rd year in a row!
Hasura joins Hacktoberfest 3rd year in a row to celebrate open-source with the community and encourage contributions.
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.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!