We have two big product announcements this month, new integrations with products we love, and exciting highlights from our amazing community.
We're also absolutely stoked to let you know that we've hit a massive milestone: 50k GitHub Stars! 🌟. Much love to everyone who helped us get there!
Storing vector embeddings in Postgres with 'pgvector' is becoming increasingly popular for AI applications, so we're building out a collection of tools to store, index, and query embeddings at scale.
Vault is a Postgres extension and accompanying Supabase UI that makes it safe and easy to store encrypted secrets and other data in your database.
We have updated the Next.js Auth Helpers package to make it available across the client and server of the App Router. They also now implement server-side auth by default with PKCE - meaning the entire auth flow is now possible server-side.
As we plan the next few months of Dashboard development, we're reaching out to users to see all the different ways people use the Dashboard in their work.
Last month, we opened up a public RFC for the Dashboard SQL Editor. It's been amazing to see how people use this tool to build their projects. If you're a heavy user of the SQL Editor, we'd love to get your feedback.
We also started doing user interviews to understand how users use the Dashboard. Our goal is to build the best possible Dashboard for all of our users, and you can help! Reach out to Terry you would like to share your experience.
[Auth] You can now use Turnstile as a Captcha provider. Doc
[Auth] How to send a password reauthentication nonce. Doc
[Dashboard] Supabase Wrappers UI that supports pulling data in from Firebase, Stripe, S3, and Clickhouse. Create a Wrapper
[Edge Functions] Support for deploying all Edge Functions via CLI. Doc
[Edge Functions] Custom domains and vanity domains support for Edge Functions. PR
[Storage] Image Transformation is now out of Beta. Doc
[Postgres Extensions] pg_cron 1.5.2 (new projects only) now supports sub-minute schedules. PR
The whole team has been busy building with ChatGPT, pgvector, and creating valuable resources so the community can unleash their imagination and build great AI apps faster than ever.
We hosted our first-ever Flutter Hackathon, in partnership with FlutterFlow and Invertase. Samuel Philip built Syno, a YouTube summarizer app that uses OpenAI, and won the limited Flutter-themed Supabase keyboard 💙, and there are tons of other great open source projects to check out.
Bonus track: make sure to also check out ChartGPT, which just launched V2.0 with a big UI refresh ✨
- We worked with Cloudflare on a new integration that makes it super easy to connect your Supabase database from Cloudflare Workers. Doc
- Deno Fresh Starter: ChatGPT-style doc search. Blog post
Vector Similarity Search in Bubble using Supabase Vector. Integration
Supabase RLS with Typescryp. Editor
How Supabase does performance benchmarking using k6, with Egor Romanov. Webinar
Code With Antonio - Spotify Clone with Next.js Auth Helpers. Video tutorial
Our friends from 1Password announced Passage and wrote an integration guide. Doc
How to create a chatbot with OpenAI's API: a conceptual cheat sheet. Tutorial
How to Implement Role-Based Access with Supabase. Tutorial
Rodrigo Mansueli, Developer Support Enginere here at Supabase, started a blog that is starting to become go-to resource for leveling up with Supabase and Postgres. [Blog]](https://blog.mansueli.com/)
Building a mobile authentication flow for your SaaS with Expo and Supabase. Tutorial
Huntabyte released a new course: Modern SaaS Apps with SvelteKit, Stripe, & Supabase. Full Course
Setting Up n8n on Railway with Postgres Database. Tutorial
Great opportunity to be an early and key member of our Customer Success team. Come join one of the fastest-growing open source projects ever 🤗
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