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Getting Started with Supabase Local Dev

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Ben Patton
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8 lessons
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Trying to develop with Supabase while your app is live is tricky.

You or a teammate makes some changes to the schema. Suddenly production is experiencing errors.

Or, what if you need to work offline? If you can't connect to Supabase that'll be a problem.

That's where you'd want to setup Supabase locally.

You can make all the changes you want in a local instance, create a migration, and then push your migration to the remote to keep changes in sync.

This whole process can be automated with Github actions even. That way, changes have to be reviewed and approved via PR before they go live.

In this course you will learn how to:

  • Setup your local dev environment
  • Start Supabase locally and create tables
  • Keep changes between your local database and a remote in sync
  • Seed data
  • and setup CI/CD through Github actions

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Course Content

9m • 8 lessons

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