Have you seen the awesome Realtime Playground for Next Conf? I believe most of you did. I thought this is just a fun playground for
React/Next Dev to play around when they are claiming their tickets, but it turns out to be something much BIGGER! ⚠ Risk of jaw dropping
Frontend Dev in me started to wonder how they implement such features. I
Right Click -> Inspect and started to dig and study how the magic works.
It turns out their magic is backed by the
Backstage assistant, Replicache. Replicache makes it easy to add realtime collaboration, lag-free UI, and offline support to web apps. Most importantly, it works with any backend stack 🤯.
If you are planning to add Realtime Collaboration into your project/products, be sure to check it out
But, if you find it too complicated 😫 and involves too many steps just to add Realtime Collaboration into your project, then the following guide and series will definitely help you.
We won't dig too deep into Replicache, but trying to replicate similar features by using Supabase⚡
Be sure to Bookmark🔖 and follow my steps in this Series
If you are intrigued and want to know where this series will bring you to, you check it out Here
If you just wanna read codes and ignore the rest of the post, no worry, here's the Github Repo
Supabase Realtime Playground
🎉Play around with other user across the internet
⌚Realtime update Cursor and Button Count
📇 About The Project
TLDR - NextConf Realtime Clone using Supabase Realtime
I was heavily inspired by Next Conf realtime
Push/Pull realtime functionalities.
Then I look around the internet and couldn't find any similar example, thus inspired me to take on the challenge, and utilizing Supabase Realtime
After long hour of studying and replicating, I'm proud to present this Open Source Supabase Realtime Playground
⚠️If you encountered any bugs 🐛, please report it so…
In the next post, I will start sharing about How Supabase Realtime can achieve this features, Why I decided to use Supabase, and etc.
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