Hasura proceeds to innovate and dominate the real-time GraphQL market. While it extends a frequently refined collection of products for many varieties of development requirements, it may be not always the easiest, most agile, or cheapest option. There’s a frequently increasing inventory of cloud companies that extend products and services in ways that can avail developers with easiness and affordability.
In this blog post, I’ll show some of the alternatives to Hasura; some companies that are still young but still useful to developers. Others are more stable businesses and running for a while. The tutorial will include subsequent competitors:
- Back4App – GraphQL database hosting platform
- Parse – Open-Source GraphQL framework
- GraphCool – Open-Source framework to deploy serverless GraphQL backends
- AWS App Sync – Service to run GraphQL in the cloud
- Postgraphile – GraphQL APIs from a Postgres schema
- Subzero – GraphQL & REST APIs for databases