Using Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL & Hasura GraphQL
Microsoft announced GA for Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL. This brings significant features to PostgresSQL on Azure by leveraging the power of Azure Cosmos DB. Because Azure Cosmos DB for Postgres is True PostgresSQL, this means you can now connect Hasura to Cosmos DB and get instant GraphQL APIs!
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 a realtime chat app with GraphQL Subscriptions
Here is how I used subscriptions in Hasura GraphQL Engine to build a full-fledged real-time group chat app on Postgres with React and…
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
How TypeScript template literal types helped us with multiple database support
Last year November's release of TypeScript was one of the most exciting releases. Literal types took over the TypeScript community by opening a whole new set of possibilities.
Query hierarchical data structures on Hasura with Postgres ltree
Introducing `ltree` operator support in Hasura This post introduces support in Hasura 2.0 for queries on hierarchical data structures, with the help of Postgres `ltree` operators. It includes several examples, so we recommend that you create a new project in Hasura Cloud to try them out.
Announcing Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.8
We are excited to announce the release of Hasura 2.0.0-alpha.8! This continues our journey towards 2.0 being fully feature stable. And, while ‘alpha’ in name, it is not alpha in quality.
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.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!