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Efficient GraphQL Resolvers for FaunaDB

GraphQL is an API specification that standardizes how clients request data from servers, It is rapidly becoming a popular way to specify the data that backend services should provide to front end clients. It is independent of any ...

QCon and the Future of Serverless

Last week I had the pleasure of exhibiting and speaking at QConSF. The event went smoothly and I even got to play with a Magic Leap headset. There were all kinds of talks on foundational technologies like MySQL and NPM, and a crow...

FreeCodeCamp with Netlify

The weekend of November 3rd and 4th I had the opportunity to help facilitate the two day FreeCodeCamp JAMStack Hackathon event, with prizes given by sponsors like Fauna and Formspree, as well as overall prizes and live coverage on...

Relational NoSQL: Yes, that is an Option

Recently, I had a conversation with someone who knows databases and database management systems very well. I had asked him for his technical opinion about FaunaDB and his comments provoked a very lively discussion. His main rese...

Serve your FaunaDB Single Page App from IPFS

IPFS is a distributed file system for the web. It uses content-addressing so that popular content is served by more peers, instead of overwhelming a single source. This also means content is validated by clients and can be receive...

Introducing Fauna Shell

Back in April, our team got together with the goal of assessing the current status of FaunaDB to try to see which areas we wanted to improve next. This group was a mix of people who had been at Fauna since the beginning, and peopl...

FaunaDB: Single Node Free for Commercial Use

FaunaDB is not open source, but we want to make it as easy as possible for everybody to try it out, build real apps, and learn what makes our architecture and database so special. Recently, we updated our Serverless Cloud pricing...