Supercharge your application development with Hasura Remote Joins and Data Federation
Join data from a Database with GraphQL API using Database to Remote Schema Joins
Combine Multiple GraphQL APIs using Hasura's GraphQL Joins
Join data from a GraphQL API with Database Table using Remote Schema to Database Joins
HasuraCon'21 - Cross Database Joins with GraphQL and all the other exciting announcements
Celebrating 250M Downloads and 2.0 in stable, HasuraCon'21 starts off with major announcements such as Cross Database Joins with GraphQL, schema sharing and better git-bases CI/CD workflows on Hasura Cloud.
Remote Schema Joins
Remote schema joins provides the most simple approach to federated data. Provide a GraphQL endpoint, identify the connection parameters, and give the new field a name and you have two disparate data sources from different systems resolving under a single API.
Building GraphQL APIs with Laravel, PostgreSQL and Hasura Remote Joins
We will be building GraphQL APIs in Laravel using PostgreSQL as a database and Hasura for query and Remote Joining multiple tables in the database.
Creating a Data Graph with GraphQL Mesh and Hasura Remote Joins
In this example, we will look at the ability to add an API source that GraphQL Mesh creates as a Remote Schema in Hasura. Going one step further we will try to establish relationships between Hasura's GraphQL API and APIs sourced via GraphQL Mesh.
Data Federation in GraphQL using Hasura Remote Joins and Gatsby Source Plugins
We will look at how to use Gatsby Source Plugins as a Remote Schema source and federate data using Hasura Remote Joins for a unified data model and GraphQL API
Announcing Hasura GraphQL v1.3 - Data Federation, Relay, Scheduled Triggers and more
After few weeks of being in beta, Hasura v1.3.0 is now released. This is one of the biggest Hasura releases till date, with 3 huge features being launched - Remote Joins, Relay support and Scheduled Triggers.
Remote Joins: A GraphQL API to join across your database and other data-sources
Hasura Remote Joins lets developers treat data across different data sources as if it were one database without having to modify or affect the existing data source.
Hasura FAQ: What are the best practices? (Part 1)
Have you been wondering about best practices with Hasura? Here’s a quick rundown of some of our recent FAQ’s.
Exploring Hasura as a Headless CMS
Hasura is a headless GraphQL API platform which can be used by writers and developers with the right tooling to build content heavy apps for multiple platforms.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!