October is looming, and for open source communities and contributors this means one thing: Hacktoberfest.
We're 6 months into building our hosted database platform and we've made some major improvements to our auth system and table view.
Supabase is an open source Firebase alternative. We are building the features of Firebase using scalable, open source products.
Two months ago a developer discovered Supabase and (unexpectedly) launched us on Hacker News. Although we had completed only 3 months of development the community support was both incredible and humbling.
After 5 months of building, we're releasing one of our most anticipated features: Supabase Auth.
Have you ever wanted to restore your database's state to a particular moment in time? This post explains how, using WAL-G.
PostgreSQL backups can be categorized into two types: logical and physical. This post briefly covers each type and discusses the situations where you would use either one.
We'll cover some of the many tools you can use for Postgres backups in future posts.
On May 27 Supabase hit the top of Hacker News and stayed on the front page for more than 24 hours.
Whenever you create a new database in Postgres, you are actually basing it off an already present database in your cluster.
We're now 4 months into building Supabase, which means another major update. Here's a few things we think you'll love in this release.
This month we welcome Steve Chavez to the team. Steve is a maintainer of PostgREST, one of the core tools which makes Supabase possible.