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 to celebrate open-source with the community and encourage contributions.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.A series of live streamed panel discussions about GraphQL and its ecosystem. This edition explores using GraphQL along with Angular, React, Vue and Relay. If you’re speaking at a conference or a meetup about Hasura, we can help you prep, send you swag to give away, and also help with the logistics Reach out to us.GraphQL Contributor Days is back. This edition will focus on the front end! The event will be live streamed on 8th Aug August 9am PST.GraphQL Contributor Days is back by popular demand! We are thrilled to announce
this quarterly event in partnership with This Dot Labs and welcome those
interested in the GraphQL ecosystem to join.
The next session will be in San Francisco on Feb. 8th, 2019 from 12PM - 4:30PM.
The purpose of the event is for the GraphQL community to come together and
discuss some key topics in the GraphQL ecosystem, and facilitate cross
collaboration within the community.
As the GraphQL ecosystem grows, withCalling all open-source contributors ( or would-be contributors) to come be a part of the GraphQL Engine project. Write technical content about the Hasura GraphQL Engine or GraphQL and get compensated for each post published.Looking to speak about Hasura at a conference or meetup? We can help you prep, practise and even send you swag to give away.