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Regenerate Next.js Pages On-demand (ISR) with Hasura Table Events

New in Next.js 12.1 is Incremental Static Regeneration which allows us to create and update pages on demand. We can pair this with Hasura table events to keep our web pages always up to date and only rebuild when data changes.
Event DrivenFrontend
17 March, 2022

A Simple, Realtime, Event Driven Architecture with QR Codes

Hasura event triggers, REST endpoints, and subscriptions APIs allow for simple, event-driven patterns with many use-cases.
10 February, 2022

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…
03 February, 2022

Exploring GraphQL Clients: Apollo Client vs Relay vs URQL

We’ll be exploring Apollo Client, Relay, and URQL, as well as each of their pros and cons, to help you make the right choice when selecting a GraphQL client for your future projects.
GraphQLApollo Client
11 January, 2022

GraphQL Operation Time Limit in Hasura Cloud

Hasura Cloud added a security feature where you can timeout a GraphQL operation if it is taking more than configured time. We will look into more detail with example in this post.
Hasura CloudGraphQL Security
06 January, 2022

The Ultimate Guide to handling JWTs on frontend clients (GraphQL)

JWTs are becoming a popular way of handling auth. This post aims to demystify what a JWT is, discuss its pros/cons and cover best practices in implementing JWT on the client-side, keeping security in mind.
04 January, 2022

10 Popular Open-Source GraphQL Projects and Tools You Have To Try

In this article, we’ve compiled a list of the top open-source GraphQL projects and tools based on their stars on GitHub. Our list contains a mix of GraphQL integrated development environments (IDEs), clients, and servers to help you explore the GraphQL metaverse.
14 December, 2021
GraphQL Backend

Why GraphQL API is the perfect data layer for your backend

This article discusses why readers should adopt GraphQL as their backend data layer, providing relevant context and examples from companies using GraphQL in production. Additionally, it provides actionable insights for readers on how they can get started with GraphQL.
BaaSProduction Ready GraphQL
25 November, 2021
Guides And Tutorials

Getting started with React Query and GraphQL

React Query is a powerful client that works hand-in-hand with GraphQL for minimum boilerplate and ultimate flexibility.
11 November, 2021
The fastest way to get started with Hasura is to try out one of our many online tutorials. It’s free!
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