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After 5 months of building, we're releasing one of our most anticipated features: Supabase Auth.
This month, we're ecstatic to announce a feature we think you'll love: Supabase Auth. It's too big to fit into a monthly update so look out for a full update in the next few days.
We want to make it easy to add Auth to your own apps, so we've released a simple example and a video tutorial which shows you how to implement a basic auth system using PostgreSQL's Row Level Security.
We've made some massive improvements to our Table Editor that we're excited to share.
Last month we made it easy to drill into your table relationships. This month, we make it possible to drill multiple levels deep.
We're making it easier to manipulate your data. Next month, you'll be able to add and remove columns directly from the Table view.
If you launch a new Supabase project, you'll have access to several new Postgres extensions:
- pgsql-http: HTTP client for PostgreSQL, retrieve a web page from inside the database.
- pgjwt: PostgreSQL implementation of JSON Web Tokens
- plpgsql_check: a linter tool for language PL/pgSQL
- pljava: write Java in your stored procedures, triggers, and functions
We have a number of small improvements:
- Added Auth documentation to the auto-generated docs in each project
- Added a new
orfilter to the client library
- Table View now remembers which tabs you had open.
- We have released a lot of new functionality to pg-api, a server for for managing Postgres internals via a REST interface.
- Performance: the "flash of black" which was appearing on page transition is now gone