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.
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.
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.
Join Identity Data from Okta with Postgres Using Hasura Remote Joins
Use Hasura Remote Joins to join data from your Postgres database with user data in Okta.
Create a Remote Schema to wrap a REST API with Hasura
Easily write a wrapper GraphQL service which calls your REST API. Add this GraphQL service as a Remote Schema in Hasura for automatic schema-stitching.
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!