Supabase is an open source Firebase alternative. We're building the features of Firebase using enterprise-grade open source tools.
We've been building for 9 months now, are we're getting even closer to Beta. This is also available as a blog post and a video demo.
You can now add users manually from your dashboard.
You can also perform admin functions on existing users - send password reset emails, magic links, and delete users.
Even more powerful SQL Editor
Last month we announced an improved SQL Editor, and this month we've taken it even further. The SQL Editor is now a full Monaco editor, like you'd find in VS Code. Build your database directly from the browser.
We added a Status Page which tracks the uptime and latency of the Supabase platform.
- We completed a security audit by DigitalXRAID.
- Email confirmations now enabled by default for signups.
- Updated Benchmarking Suite to include more realistic workloads, on various different servers (results published soon).
- You can now set/edit/remove Foreign Keys via the table editor.
We had a crazy month during Hacktoberfest. In case you missed it, here are some of the highlights:
- We have an exciting Vercel x Stripe x Supabase collaboration underway.
- @elrhomariyounes started helping @acupofjose with the postgrest-csharp extension
- @duncanhealy is updating the Redwood example to work with Supabase.js v1.0
If you want to keep up to date, make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Twitter.
Look out for a big announcement on December 3rd. We'll also be presenting in the Open Core Summit on the 16th of December.
- Start using Supabase today: app.supabase.io
- Make sure to star us on GitHub
- Follow us on Twitter
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Top comments (6)
This is awesome! I'd heard about supanase a while ago and thought "hmm that seems cool" and then forgot about it. I'm so glad you're using postgres instead of some new noSQL stuff no one's heard of.
All the best!
Thanks @faraazahmad , we're very bullish on Postgres (and relational databases).
Let us know if you end up building anything with Supabase!
After 12 years of working with relational DBs and comparing it to noSQL etc. for a few years, I can tell nothing beats relational. I used to work with huge ERP systems (over 10,000 tables) and just know that for serious projects you ultimately need a good old relational DB.
We have a small bespoke ERP system for our wedding agency, with the backend currently built on Airtable + Postgres + Koa.js and Sequelize, which I hope to replace with supabase. Let's see.
P.S.: I've sent you an email (waldemar@p...com). Just wanted to make sure you get it, as I recently had issues with my emails going to spam.
I responded to the email - so let me know if you didn't receive it yet
Got it, thanks!