This post just elaborates on the existing documentation here with a few extra notes and details about installation. This can be helpful when determining how to install, deploy, or use the Hasura CLI for development, continuous integration, or continuous deployment purposes.
I would not assume you did know this dear reader, but I’ve joined the amazing team at Hasura! Over the last few years I’ve gotten back into a number of data oriented development efforts, often related to my own interest in database systems and web development. From this angle Hasura has a superb technology solution, a solid team – 👍🏻 founders @tanmaigo, @rajoshighosh leading the crew, and I’ll introduce many of them to you all too in the coming weeks and months!
Key Technologies: Hasura, Postgres, Terraform, Docker, and Azure. I created a data model to store railroad systems, services, scheduled, time points, and related information, detailing…
Previously I’ve gone through the steps I take to get a solid development machine setup. From the base operating system load, to the browser and basic IDEs I install. Now I’ve got more videos and the respective notes and details about what two language stacks I setup next; Python and Go.
In this video I put together some basic IDE’s and browsers I install. In the case of browsers that includes more than a few. For the case of IDE’s it’s my standard arsenal of Jetbrains IDE’s and Visual Studio Code. For the previous step in this series, check out the Base OS Load post.