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...
Case Study: How Pulley Cut Development Time by 50% with Hasura
Hasura helped Pulley cut development time by 50% by auto-generating and securing GraphQL for over 50 database tables
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
How FASTCUP built a high performance app with a complex database schema using GraphQL and Hasura
How fastcup.net leveraged GraphQL, Hasura, Postgres and Event Triggers to build a fast, realtime app.
Case Study: Credimi
How a Fintech startup uses Hasura as a high performance read layer over their existing database.
Call for open-source contributions!
Calling all open-source contributors ( or would-be contributors) to come be a part of the GraphQL Engine project.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!