Working with Dates, Time, Timezones in GraphQL and PostgreSQL
In this post, we will look at the various data/time types available through Postgres and exposed via GraphQL by Hasura.
Hasura 2.0 Engineering Overview
This release contains some large refactorings to the core of the Hasura product, as well as some large new feature additions. I’m going to talk about the software engineering tasks we tackled, challenges we encountered and how we met them.
Using Postgres for Cron
How to use Postgres and your application server to build a flexible and robust cron system ourselves with a few lines of code!
Announcing Hasura 1.4.0.alpha.1
Announcing Hasura 1.4.0.apha1. 1.4 is not a ‘small release’. In fact, the list of features is substantive and incredibly exciting. If you’ve attended a recent Hasura Community Call you may well have seen recent demos of these capabilities.
Optimizing your GraphQL API with Postgres
This post shows how to optimize your GraphQL API using some of Postgres' most popular features. These will help with data validations, data representation and performance enhancement.
Building a UI for PostgreSQL Database Migrations
In this post we look back at the journey of building a UI for generating database migrations with a focus on ease of use, developer experience, productivity and the design choices we made to build this system.
Introducing Hasura Pro
Hasura Pro is an enterprise ready version of the Hasura GraphQL Engine that offers improved reliability and security controls.
The pros and cons of updatable views in PostgreSQL
In this post, I will cover the following: What are updatable views, How Hasura used updatable views, Key problems with updatable views (from a Hasura point of view) and Moving away from updatable views
What is Hasura?
The Hasura GraphQL Engine is a blazing-fast GraphQL server that gives you instant, realtime GraphQL APIs over Postgres, with webhook…
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!