Day 1 - Supabase Logs: open source logging server
Logflare is the hub of analytics streams for Supabase. We are open sourcing it so that you can self-host your own Logging infrastructure.
Day 2 - Supabase Edge Runtime: Self-hosted Deno Functions
You can now self-host Edge Functions and run them in local development using our new Edge Runtime. We published a guide showing how to self-host Edge Functions with Fly and what more is coming ⚡
Day 3 - Storage v3: Resumable Uploads with support for 50GB files
Supabase Storage received many of the most requested features from our users: Resumable Uploads, Quality Filters, Next.js support, and WebP support.
Day 4 - Supabase Auth: SSO, Mobile, and Server-side support
On day 4, we introduced SSO with SAML 2.0, PKCE, and Sign in with Apple for iOS. It felt like acronym day, but it was actually Auth day!
Day 5 - Supabase Studio 2.0 with new AI features
Supabase Studio got a major upgrade that goes from redesigns to improved developer experience, and new tools. We have the features people have been asking for and new capabilities that will change the way you work.
Introducing dbdev: PostgreSQL Package Manager
database.dev fills the same role for PostgreSQL as
pip for Python, it enables publishing libraries and applications for repeatable deployment. Our goal is to create an open ecosystem for packaging and discovering SQL.
More product announcements
- Trusted Language Extensions for Postgres. [Blog post]
- What's New in pg_graphql v1.2. [Blog post]
- GitHub Discussions are now a new knowledge source for search & AI (Troubleshooting category only for now). [Check it out]
- New API report with routing information for each chart, making it easier to debug API calls. [PR]
- Storage permission changes: the developer role is now allowed to update the storage settings (previously was only owner and admin). [PR]