Supabase is a Singapore based, Y Combinator backed startup, building the open source Firebase alternative. Supabase adds realtime and restful APIs to your Postgres database without a single line of code.
This will be a quick demo on how to get started with Supabase.io as your data and authentication backend when building Jamstack apps as well as a quick look at how you can contribute to the Supabase project during Hacktoberfest.
We’ll talk about how you maybe shouldn’t rely on JS as much as you’re told to, and some practical strategies for how to build sites without reaching for a JS framework as first, last, and only tool for making the web happen.
What will the audience learn from this talk?
How to build sites without necessarily reaching for a framework, how that’s what the frameworks encourage, how everyone is already thinking the same as you, and a bit about <portal>
Does it feature code examples and/or live coding?
No live coding. There are some code examples but only in passing
Visual Studio Code has quickly become the code editor of choice among many developers.
The vast extension library is one of its main drawing points.
We now have the ability to deliver modern and legacy code to browsers based on what they support, but this doesn’t extend to the large amount of dependency code in our applications. Our dependencies are still published as verbose legacy syntax in order to support the lowest common denominator of browsers today.
This talk explains how legacy dependency code is one of the biggest performance problems on the web today, and what steps we can all take to address it.