SubQuery Projects — Publish your own creation!

SubQuery Projects

Today we’re launching the next phase of SubQuery — Projectsopen in new window. SubQuery’s mission is to make the world’s decentralised data more accessible, so this announcement this week is huge for our community!

SubQuery Projectsopen in new window is the new place where you can publish your projects to our managed service. Once you connect your GitHub account, you’re only minutes away from sharing your SubQuery project to over 500 users of the SubQuery Exploreropen in new window. Your own project can be hosted online right next to our existing SubQuery projects from Acalaopen in new window and Bifrostopen in new window.

You can also keep your SubQuery project private by not showing it in the Explorer, perfect if you want to privately test it using our managed infrastructure. Additionally, we’re integrated with GitHub, so creating a SubQuery project within a GitHub organisation account will automatically share it with your team members.

Creating a new SubQuery Project

Once you’ve published and deployed your new project, you can interact with it over our GraphQL endpoint or simply play in our Explorer playgroundopen in new window! We’ll run it like it’s a production application, so you can unlock your decentralized data in your next dApp today using SubQuery.

A new published SubQuery Project

Don’t worry about running production SubQuery nodes, leave it to the experts. We’re going to focus on managing indexing servers so that you don’t have to.

Learn More

Follow our guide to publish your first projectopen in new window on SubQuery Projectsopen in new window

Start querying data on the new SubQuery Exploreropen in new window

Build your own SubQuery project by following our SubQuery docsopen in new window

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Contributors: James Bayly