Its been an exciting month for us as we constantly keep the product updates rolling. We've also made updates and improvements to our Hygraph examples repo - continue reading for all the details.
On the product side we're on track with rolling out updates and features.
Our latest release adds Environments. Each project has a minimum of one Environment called
master. Higher plans include multiple environments for testing alternative variations of the schema in a safe way, without mutating your production schema.
Environments let you iterate on your schema design without breaking your production app. All settings except Roles, Users, Permissions and Billing are unique to each environment. That means that locales, endpoints, auth tokens and more will be encapsulated to the individual environment you are working with.
To learn more about working with environments, refer to our documentation.
We've also released custom Content Views & View Groups, optimized Asset Lightbox Preview (Copy Asset URL), and rolled out Input arguments for
The Hygraph examples repo has gotten an update!
You can now reference our collection of examples, tutorials and guides, to get you started with Hygraph - with NextJS, NuxtJS, Gridsome, Gatsby, Vue, and more.
Here's a list of all the examples we've recently added:
- Using Mutations
- Using Union Types (Polymorphic Relations)
- Hygraph with Gatsby Image
- Hygraph with Gatsby
- Hygraph with Gridsome
- Hygraph with NextJS
- Hygraph with NuxtJS
- Hygraph with ReactJS
- Hygraph with Sapper
- Hygraph with VueJS
Along with a massive thank you to UnlyEd for creating examples using Hygraph:
- Hygraph with NextJS and Vercel Boilerplate
- Hygraph Cache Boilerplate
- Next Admin Backoffice Boilerplate with Hygraph
If you have created any examples with Hygraph and want to see them featured there, reach out via our on-site chat on hygraph.com!
A free Wi-Fi enthusiast and pizza purist, Ronak is the VP of Marketing at Hygraph. He's also the co-creator of Build Your DXP and co-author of the Composable Architectures for Digital Experiences in the Enterprise report. He also maintains curated resources for marketers on awesome-marketing and awesome-developer-marketing.