Create a Database using Hasura Cloud and a Postgres Instance to Store Data

InstructorJason Lengstorf

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We'll store client interaction using Hasura as our primary database. Hasura allows you to build a powerful, secure & flexible GraphQL API that can query data in your databases, HTTP services, serverless functions, as well as third party APIs.

We'll start by creating a Hasura Cloud account. Proceed to create a Postgres database on Heroku. If you don’t have an account on Heroku, you need to sign up on Heroku. You won’t need a credit card.

We'll add corgi data to the database using the Unsplash ID as our primary key, and count as an integer for our count functionality.