Hasura joins Hacktoberfest 3rd year in a row to celebrate open-source with the community and encourage contributions.In this post, we will look at using Hasura Actions to convert your Go REST API to GraphQL.In this article we will understand what REST & GraphQL are and the trade offs involved in using one or the other.A comprehensive guide to building performant, type-safe apps with Relay, from GraphQL fragments and query best practices, to the Relay compiler and the server spec.What nulls mean in GraphQL queries and responses, pros and cons of nullability, and different approaches to error handling by Apollo and Relay.A series of live streamed panel discussions between prominent members from the GraphQL community. Join them as they discuss key topics in the GraphQL ecosystem.gqless, a next-generation GraphQL client inspired by Relay & Apollo Client, uses ES6 Proxies to know when properties are accessed, and convert the paths into GraphQL queries. In this video, Sam and Sez build a movie app together, using gqless and Hasura.2020 will mark five years since GraphQL was released
To celebrate, we asked some of the usual suspects 😎 in the community, including
Lee Byron, co-creator of GraphQL, to reflect on their journey, and where GraphQL
is headed next.
* GraphQL is more than just a tool: it changes how teams communicate. It
empowers developers to request for the data they want, reducing their
dependency and communication overhHave you been wondering about best practices with Hasura? Here’s a quick rundown of some of our recent FAQ’s.In this post, we talk about data access challenges with serverless, a shift in our thinking that provides an awesome solution to these challenges, and how Hasura fits into all of this awesomeness.Wouldn’t it be nice if we could write GraphQL queries as objects instead of strings? It turns out we can, thanks to fluent GraphQL clients, with strong typing and autocompletion to boot!Hasura Pro is an enterprise ready version of the Hasura GraphQL Engine that offers improved reliability and security controls.