Join us for our 11th community call on 29th Octoberber at 9am PT. We have some exciting features and demos lined up, so don’t miss it!
Multiple Databases in one Query
Using Hasura with microservices, multiple dbs, and/or external SaaS APIs? What if you want to be able to fetch data from your Postgres and MySQL tables - in one query? Learn how to pull data from multiple data sources in a single query.
Remote Schema Permissions
Bringing in data from external data sources opens up myriads of use-cases and we don't want to limit them. We'll talk about the power of permissions extended to Remote Schemas in Hasura. Expose only a subset of your remote schema using the Hasura authorization layer.
Postgres Volatile Functions as Mutations
Writing custom business logic is great. But how about exposing custom SQL functions that can perform an insert operation inside Postgres? We'll demo how Postgres volatile functions can be used in Hasura to write custom insert/delete/update logic and talk about the various data validation use-cases they bring to the table.
We’ll sneak peek a new open-source project that allows you to build your own data catalog and/or dev API portal on top of Hasura!
GraphQL Observability with Hasura
To run GraphQL servers in production, it is pivotal that you ensure the reliability of your application. With Hasura, you can monitor errors, websockets, subscriptions, perform distributed tracing to visualise traces across all your data sources, & access Hasura generated metrics.
In this demo, we'll be diving into the monitoring and tracing features in Hasura for extended observability for your GraphQL APIs.
We also have two community demos this time:
- Digitalising Planning Poker #SCRUM with Hasura by Bostjan Cigan
- Demo by Joseph (TBA)
We hope to see you there! ✨