Explore a growing ecosystem of starter projects, schema templates, apps, and more, to supercharge your Hygraph projects.
Apps are a core aspect to Hygraph’s extensibility. Similar in concept to UI Extensions, Integrations, and Plugins, Hygraph’s apps extend the capabilities of your Hygraph project by bringing in functionality from tools and services you’re accustomed to using within your workflows.
Remote Source Data Picker
Give your editors the ability to pick data from Top Level Remote Sources for use in a remote source field their content
Integrate Hygraph with Akeneo for a superior catalog experience.
Integrate Hygraph with Filerobot by Scaleflex to bring in and manage your digital assets.
Starters are end-to-end reference applications that are ready to clone and deploy. They typically come with a completed Hygraph project (with a consumable schema), a code repository, and a frontend, to get you started with your own.
Enterprise Content Starter from Blazity
Hygraph has partnered with the amazing team at Blazity to bring together enterprise best practices into a large-scale content website and codebase. This comprehensive toolkit is packed with features and tools designed to empower content creators and developers like never before.
Simple to-do app built with Hygraph, Next.js, Next/Auth, and SWR, focused on user-generated content with task management.
Marketing website focused on selling subscription-based SaaS products, built using Hygraph, Next.js, and Chakra UI.
Templates are cloneable schemas within a Hygraph project for you to get used to building applications with Hygraph. As they are without a frontend, they are highly unopinionated in implementation, giving you a consumable GraphQL API to use within your own application with your preferred languages and frameworks.
Examples are quick code snippets that illustrate the capabilities and functionality of Hygraph. They go from explaining how to use core Hygraph features, like GraphQL Mutations and Localizations, to how to work with Hygraph and your favorite tooling, like Next.js and GenQL.