Let's start by deploying Hasura.
One-click deployment on Hasura Cloud
The fastest way to try out Hasura is via Hasura Cloud. Hasura Cloud gives you a scalable, highly available, globally distributed, fully managed, secure GraphQL API as a service!
Click on the following button to create a new project on Hasura Cloud:
Note: It is free to signup and no credit card is required.
Once you register and sign in, you should see the following welcome screen and a new Hasura project will be created automatically for you:
Once the project is initialised, you can click on
Launch Console button on the pop up screen. If you already have a
Hasura Cloud account before, you can manually create a new project by clicking on the
+ New Project action at the top,
This will open up Hasura Console for your project. It should look something like this:
The next step is to connect the database to Hasura. We can make use of Neon's free Postgres database tier to set this
up. Head to the
Data tab on the Console and click on
We have two options to connect a database:
- Connect an existing database
- Create a new database (free)
To quickstart this process, we are going to create a new Postgres DB from scratch using Neon Postgres. Click on
Create New Database (Free) tab. In this tab, you now have an option to click on the
Connect Neon Database button.
Note that Neon gives you 3 free Posgres database instances.
After logging in to Neon and clicking on
Create Neon Database, Hasura Cloud will perform the following for you:
- Create a Postgres database on Neon
- Fetch database URL that you can use to configure Hasura
It will take a few seconds to connect to Neon Postgres and initialise. Once the connection is established, you will be taken to the Data Manager page on the Console, listing the database that we just connected.
You can also manage the project from the Hasura Cloud Dashboard.
Great! You have now deployed Hasura, connected a database and have the admin console ready to get started!
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