Naming conventions for GraphQL schema
When you build a GraphQL API with Hasura, the GraphQL Engine automatically generates names for the GraphQL schema objects. Starting with Hasura v2.8.0 [https://github.com/hasura/graphql-engine/releases/tag/v2.8.0], you can customize the name of fields, types, and arguments. Why would you customize the names? In certain use cases, one Hasura application might have multiple databases. With the "naming convention" feature, you can: * group together all fields belonging to a database * solve co
A tutorial for using Firebase to add authentication and authorization to a realtime Hasura app
A step by step tutorial for using Firebase to add authentication and authorization to a realtime Hasura app with a React Frontend.
Tutorial: Fullstack React Native with GraphQL
A tutorial to build a React Native to-do app with Apollo’s new Query and Mutation components
Types of Realtime GraphQL Subscriptions
In this post, we will look into the different approaches to real-time GraphQL subscriptions and walk you through the ones that Hasura supports and recommends.
Product Announcements at HasuraCon’22: making GraphQL the ultimate Data API
Hasura releases GraphQL Data Connectors alpha SDK, Streaming Subscriptions API, Hasura availability on AWS Marketplace, support for Open Telemetry as well as General Availability of a GitOps workflow with Hasura Cloud and Hasura Cloud on Google Cloud Platform.
Hasura GraphQL Data Connectors Release
Today we’ve released the alpha of the Hasura GraphQL Data Connectors as open source. This is a combination of an API Agent, an SDK to develop against that agent, and a reference application to show a working example of how it all works to provide new connections to varied data sources.
10 Reasons We’re Super Excited About HasuraCon’22
We’re bringing the global Hasura community together to share exciting product releases, inspiring keynotes, real-world use cases, hands-on workshops, and our very first HASURAwards!
How we use the Dataloader pattern for optimising GraphQL Joins at Hasura
In this post, we will look at how the dataloader pattern is used for GraphQL Joins which has performance implications.
Build Responsive Cross-Platform Vue Apps with Quasar Framework and GraphQL
Build responsive SPAs, SSR Apps, PWAs, Hybrid Mobile / Electron Apps using a single codebase with Quasar Framework powered by Vue.js and GraphQL APIs over postgres using Hasura
Build and Deploy Vue.js Static Sites using Gridsome and GraphQL
Build JAMStack style modern static sites in Vue.js with Gridsome and Hasura GraphQL, sourcing data from postgres database.
Create Nuxt.js Universal Apps using GraphQL on Postgres
Server side render (SSR) websites using Nuxt.js and GraphQL APIs over Postgres using Hasura GraphQL Engine. Instant setup. Tutorial/boilerplate -> nuxtjs-postgres-graphql
Building file upload and downloads with Hasura GraphQL
Learn how to build a simple storage service to manage file uploads/downloads on S3 with the Hasura GraphQL Engine.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!