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· 3 min read
Asawari P

Hypi specializes in simplifying the creation of web and mobile applications, driven by the singular mission of 'Simplifying Software Development'. With this ethos at the forefront, Hypi introduced a slew of new products and services throughout 2023.

Let's take a closer look at 2023 @ Hypi!

· 6 min read
Asawari P

In this post, we will explore how to sync google sheet and Hypi’s serverless function. We will use Zapier to exchange the data between the two.

Let’s first look into Fenrir - Hypi’s Serverless platform and its functions.

Fenrir helps you deploy your own serverless function on Hypi’s low code backend. Serverless functions are helpful to manage a piece of logic at the backend. You can keep your own serverless functions ready to execute just like any other API.

· 2 min read

Hypi was founded with the goal of "simplifying software development".

We want to make cutting edge technology accessible to everyone. Over the years we've built out the infrastructure we believe we need to make this a reality.

Today, we take the next leap forward as we're announcing Hypi AI!

Hypi's AI is an all-encompassing service, you can think of it as an assistant who understands your requirements and is able to turn them into production ready apps for Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, Mac and Web!

The future of software development is here. The future is AI, the future is Hypi. Sign up at for early access to Hypi’s AI.

· 6 min read

Today, the Hypi team is proud to announce the availability of Fenrir. Our new serverless platform, designed to with simplicity and performance in mind!

Fenrir is built to be as simple, performant and un-intrusive as possible.

With today's announcement, we're making available support for Java, Python and NodeJS functions. We plan to release support for other languages like Ruby, Rust and others over the next few months.

What's more, we're making serverless accessible on our free plan. So you can test it out before deploying production workloads.

A set of complete examples are available in the Hypi serverless examples repository on Github We encourage you to give it a try today!

· 2 min read
Asawari P

Let’s see how to update data saved in an object.

upsert function also does the job of updating data in an object. We need to pass on the of the created object to update it.

upsert (values: HypiUpsertUnion!) : [Hypi!] !

First we will insert data into the UpdateObject data type below.

type UpdateObject {
field1: String

· 2 min read
Asawari P

Let’s check how to use to create a link between two objects!

Look at the following schema.

type OldObject {
field1: String

type NewObject {
fld1: String
fld2: OldObject
fld3: [OldObject]

NewObject holds the references for OldObject. We’ll see how to create the reference/link between these two objects.

Create two objects of type OldObject.

mutation {
values: {
OldObject: [
{ field1: "Hypi's Low code Platform!" }
{ field1: "Hypi easy to use backend-as-a-service" }
) {