As the name suggests, Hasura Next.js Boilerplate is a boilerplate for building applications using Hasura and Next.js. This boilerplate will let you up and running with a Next.js front-end and Hasura back-end application easily.
A special mention to this boilerplate which helped in simplifying a lot of code generation.
- Automatic compilation and bundling of Next.js which ensures optimized code during production builds.
- Pre-rendering of pages at build time (SSG) or request time (SSR).
- Support for TypeScript.
- File-system routing which helps in adding new routes to your application.
- Support for optimized images out of the box.
- Instant real-time GraphQL APIs.
- Built-in authorization and authentication.
Next, you can check out how to get started with this boilerplate.
Hasura Next.js Boilerplate is a boilerplate for building applications using Hasura and Next.js. This boilerplate consists of the following:
This boilerplate is built using the following technologies:
It supports GraphQL Query, Mutation and Subscription out of the box.
- Frontend: Next.js application
This application is the primary user-facing application. Once it’s up and running (see Development section), it’s available on http://localhost:3000.
- Backend: Dockerized Hasura application
Hasura is an open source engine that connects to our databases & micro-services and auto-generates a production-ready GraphQL backend. It’s very easy to get Hasura up and running on our local system. All the migrations are set up in the migrations directory.
- Clone the application.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ghoshnirmalya/nextjs-hasura-boilerplate.git
- Run the bootstrap script by running the following command from the root of your project:
cd nextjs-hasura-boilerplate && yarn bootstrap
Create a Google OAuth Client from https://console.developers.google.com/apis/credentials/oauthclient and copy the credentials to
.envfile inside the
Start Docker and run both the applications by running the following command from the root of your project:
We need to start Docker and then run the above command. The Hasura console will be available at http://localhost:8080/console. The Hasura GraphQL endpoint will be up and running on http://localhost:8080/v1/graphql. The Next.js application will be available at http://localhost:3000/.
Click on the button below to deploy the frontend application on Vercel. You'll need to sign up for a free Vercel account.
Click on the button below to deploy the backend application on Heroku. You'll need to sign up for a free Heroku account.