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Code Splitting in React with Lazy Components

Often during application development, we do not care much about the size of our bundle. However, as the code base grows, we need to think about it not only for speed and performance, but also to take responsibility for users’ data...

Try FaunaDB's GraphQL API

Tip The Fauna Cloud Console now has GraphQL Playground! This blog was written before we added GraphQL Playground to our Cloud Console. Although this tutorial will still work, we recommend that you follow this tutorial series i...

Getting Started with GraphQL, Part 2: Relations

Tip The Fauna Cloud Console now has GraphQL Playground! This blog was written before we added GraphQL Playground to our Cloud Console. Although this tutorial will still work, we recommend that you follow this tutorial series i...

Learning FQL, Part 3: Database Access Keys

In the previous two posts in this series, we covered FaunaDB schema basics, and basic CRUD operations (create, read, update, and delete). Fauna Shell handles access control for you, so you haven’t had to do any key management. Thi...

Learning FQL, Part 1: FaunaDB Schema Objects

This series introduces the FaunaDB Query Language, giving examples of patterns and APIs that you’ll interact with as you use the database. This is the first article in the series, and discusses the primitive objects that you’ll wo...

Introducing Automated Log Topology in FaunaDB 2.6

One of the most exciting features of the FaunaDB 2.6 release is the automated log topology. Prior to this release, setting up the log topology was a manual process where an enterprise operator had to decide on a log topology upfro...