Last month was the first month that Nuno and I worked together and this is what we have accomplished during the previous month.
We launched New York and London as two new locations. You can now start your Nhost project in: San Francisco, New York, London, Amsterdam, and Bangalore.
Create your team and invite your team members to collaborate on an Nhost project. Teams can be found in the context dropdown on the top-right corner.
We are inspired by Netlify's and Vercel's workflow for developers. As Vercel's tagline: Develop, Preview, Ship. It is our goal to have that ease of use on the backend.
With the Nhost CLI you can get a complete local environment for your Nhost project. Simple as that.
Connect your GitHub repository to a Nhost project. Develop locally and push your code to master. Nhost will automatically deploy it to production including Hasura metadata and schema changes.
So that's "Develop" and "Ship". What about the "Preview" part?
We will introduce Preview in 3 months!
Here is a video where we show your how our Nhost CLI and Github integration works:
It's coming this week. We are adding some final improvements to our new version of Hasura Backend Plus. Here are a subset of the new things introduced:
Two factor authentication
Internal e-mail support
Optional weak password check agains Pwnd
More external providers (GitHub, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Apple, LinkedIn)
Better support for storage rules
Good test coverage
Our focus for the next month is going to be general platform and tool stability and new design. After that we got a ton of interesting features in our backlog including:
Preview environments on Pull Requests
Custom HTTP API (to handle Hasura Event triggers and Actions)
More starter examples for Nhost together with Next.js, NuxtJS, React, React Native etc.
Monitoring and analytics
If you have more ideas for us, please join our Nhost Discord server or send us a e-mail at email@example.com.