How Supabase fits into your stack

Added: December 9, 2022


  • Stefan Judis

    December 9, 2022 at 7:43 AM

    Recently I considered replacing the Talkyard comments solution on my notes here with something I’ve built myself.

    I have the same inner fight every third day!

    Looking forward to see how Supabase will work for you, because I also had a brief look already and was on the exact same path. 🫣

  • Kelsey W

    October 11, 2023 at 9:24 PM

    Hi Rach! I discovered your blog while searching for ways to use Supabase with a project I'm working on. I'm so glad I found it! I love your writing and am grateful you're sharing all your learnings -- technical and otherwise -- with us. This is also simply a beautiful website and a pleasure to scroll through 💜
    About this post in particular: I see the comments are still hosted with Talkyard. Were you able to try out Supabase and what was your experience with it? I personally have used Firebase for some past projects but am thinking of using Supabase to try something new. Thanks!

    • Rach Smith OP

      October 12, 2023 at 1:12 AM

      Hey Kelsey, thanks for your kind words about the site. I didn't end up pursuing a comments solution with supabase. I'm actually working on just using a Netlify form for comment submission and adding the comments to my Astro site as a JSON content collection. But I have been trying out Supabase with Sveltekit in a little habits app project I'm building for myself. I am loving that combination of tech, they make the data side of getting a web app working really fast.

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