Hasura CLI: hasura console

Open the console to manage the database and try out APIs.


Run a web server to serve the Hasura console for the GraphQL engine to manage the database and build queries.

hasura console [flags]


# Start console:
hasura console

# Start console on a different address and ports:
hasura console --address --console-port 8080 --api-port 8081

# Start console without opening the browser automatically
hasura console --no-browser

# Use with admin secret:
hasura console --admin-secret "<admin-secret>"

# Connect to an instance specified by the flag, overrides the one mentioned in config.yaml:
hasura console --endpoint "<endpoint>"


    --address string        address to serve console and migration API from (default "localhost")
    --admin-secret string   admin secret for Hasura GraphQL engine
    --api-port string       port for serving migrate api (default "9693")
    --browser string        open console in a specific browser
    --console-port string   port for serving console (default "9695")
    --endpoint string       http(s) endpoint for Hasura GraphQL engine
-h, --help                  help for console
    --no-browser            do not automatically open console in browser
    --static-dir string     directory where static assets mentioned in the console html template can be served from

Options inherited from parent commands

--log-level string    log level (DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, FATAL) (default "INFO")
--no-color            do not colorize output (default: false)
--project string      directory where commands are executed (default: current dir)
--skip-update-check   skip automatic update check on command execution


  • hasura - Hasura GraphQL engine command line tool

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