DRY is great for code, but it’s not always the right principle for documentation. Learn our approach at EdgeDB and why we prioritize DX over more convenient maintenance of our docs.
We’ve built a better, faster way for you to get the help you need on your EdgeDB project, using the magic of ChatGPT.
EdgeDB 3.0 is here and it is our biggest release ever.
We’re bringing a unique vinyl record with us to PyCon 2023!
Announcing our Series A financing round.
Today we’re excited to announce an official client library for the .NET ecosystem.
Execute EdgeQL queries in a typesafe way with code generation.
Today we’re excited to announce an official client library for the Dart language.
Today we’re excited to announce the release of EdgeDB 2.0, the latest version of our graph-relational database.
We set out to build the a full-featured TypeScript query builder with static type inference. This post discusses our API design process and implementation.
A general purpose methodology for converting a Node.js package to Deno.
We use GitHub Actions for a heavy CI workflow consisting of thousands of tests that takes 2+ hours. But with a bit of cleverness, we parallelized our workflow and reduce the runtime to just 10 minutes.
The “ORM vs. SQL” holy war has raged for decades. EdgeDB provides a third option.
The question of ORM performance is more nuanced than simply “they generate slow queries”. We present a new benchmark for comparing ORM performance on realistic queries.
A conclusive answer to EdgeDB’s most frequently asked question: “What is a graph-relational database anyway?”
Today, after years of research, development, and refinement EdgeDB graduates to a production-ready database. We are very proud to announce EdgeDB 1.0.
EdgeDB 1.0 is just around the corner. Let’s talk about how we got here.
The final release candidate is now available. EdgeDB 1.0 is launching Feb 10th!
The third Release Candidate of EdgeDB is now available.
EdgeDB 1.0 Release Candidate 2 is now available. Bugs are fixed, documentation is polished, and our client libraries get a facelift.
We’re pleased to announce the first EdgeDB 1.0 Release Candidate.
With the release of Beta 3, EdgeDB gets even better with a revamped CLI, top-level free shapes in queries, simplified enum syntax, and a new “relative duration” type. Plus, we enable TLS by default on all EdgeDB instances.
With this Beta 2 release, EdgeDB stabilizes in preparation for our 1.0 launch. Plus, we introduce a new interactive tool for configuring EdgeDB projects.
We introduce “edgedb project”, a new interactive command-line tool that makes it easier than ever to start new projects and configure existing ones.
EdgeDB, the next-generation relational database, reached a major milestone. Version 1.0 Beta 1 “Sirius” is now available and is ready for early adoption.
The new EdgeDB 1.0 Alpha 6 “Wolf 359” release brings a slew of EdgeQL updates to the table.
EdgeDB 1.0 Alpha 5 “Luhman” has been released with a score of user-requested improvements.
EdgeDB 1.0 Alpha 4 “Barnard’s Star” is available for download. See the highlights of this release.
EdgeDB 1.0 Alpha 3 “Proxima Centauri” is available for download. See what’s been keeping us busy.
We are publishing EdgeDB product roadmap and reflecting on history, the future, and our design approach.
The questions we often hear are “Why create a new query language?” and “What’s wrong with SQL?”. This blog post contains answers to both.
EdgeDB 1.0 alpha 1 is is available for immediate download. The post is a brief overview of what’s new. We explore creating a simple app and compare the usability and performance of EdgeDB to that of different databases and ORMs.
In a few weeks we will release the first public technology preview of EdgeDB—a new open-source object-relational database. This post is a brief introduction and is the first in the series.
asyncpg is a new fully-featured open-source Python client library for PostgreSQL.