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README.md

Important: This repo has been moved to hasura/graphql-engine

The contents of this repo have been moved to hasura/graphql-engine. Please create all issues and pull requests there.


Todo app using Hasura GraphQL Engine, Heroku Postgres and Auth0

  • STEP 1: Set auth0 domain

    Set your auth0 domain in auth-webhook/constants.js. Also allow callbacks for http://localhost:3000/callback in your auth0 dashboard.

  • STEP 2: Deploy the auth Webhook (using ngrok, glitch, heroku or whatever)

    glitch-deploy-button

  • STEP 3: Start GraphQL engine with the the auth-hook as the webhook URL and access key of your choice

    Deploy GraphQL engine to Heroku if you do not have it deployed anywhere.

    Deploy to heroku

  • STEP 4: Apply the migrations

    • Add your database URL and access key in hasura-graphql-engine/config.yaml
    • Run hasura migrate apply to create the required tables and permissions for the todo app
  • Step 5: Set React app variables

    Set auth0 domain, auth0 client ID and the GraphQL Engine URL in todo-app/src/constants.js

  • Step 6: Run the React app

    Run npm start from the todo-app directory to start the TODO app.

    THe app runs on port 3000 by default. You can change the port number, but you will also have to reconfigure the callback