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5 Reviews5.0/5
For such an amazingly practical and helpful tool, the website's design (and logo) truly is great. Bravo on all accounts! 👏
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@katesegrin Thanks Kate! Our designers will be very excited :)
Hasura gives you backend APIs out of the box, so you don't need to write repetitive code. https://compare.beta.hasura.io/ has benchmarks of Hasura's performance and features as compared to Firebase & handwritten Rails!
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@kwdinc Congrats @rajoshighosh and @coco_d - Keep kicking ass with made in India dev tool.
@emmanuelamber @kwdinc @coco_d Thanks Emmanuel. We're also looking to integrate with the IndiaStack soon so that we can offer more value to people building apps for the Indian customer.
As a chennai native, cool to see this launched. Congrats on shipping this - looking fwd to deploying some side projects on Hasura!
@anjneymidha Thanks Anjney! Would love to hear your thoughts on the product. Please do get in touch in case you have questions/comments.
I like the component focused structure. How is this different from Postgrest? The API only seems to support POST. Do you have a REST API too?
TL; DR Quite similar in intent! Hasura's data APIs provide a query language (like GraphQL) and REST endpoints both. Hasura' data APIs also provide row/column level authentication based on your application users (not postgres users). @sharanr In a sense, Hasura's data component (HasuraDB) and Postgrest try to achieve the same thing: automatic APIs from your database structure. While Postgrest gives you a REST interface, HasuraDB exposes a `query` endpoint where several different kinds of queries are `POST`ed. The query language is designed so that the clients have complete control to fetch the data (like Graphql). This makes it much more powerful than a REST interface. However, REST APIs are awesomely easy to integrate with for clients. We also support a feature where these queries can be templated and exposed at a REST interface. This we believe captures the best of both worlds: access data over a REST interface while being expressive enough through a query language. Also, Postgrest has a built in authentication mechanism tied to Postgres users and roles . With Hasura, the platform handles this and makes it reusable across services.
congratulations guys
@dardanth Thanks Dardan!