David Atanda
Apr 5, 2023 ⋅ 10 min read

Firebase vs. Supabase: Choosing the right tool for your project

David Atanda Building scalable applications on the web.

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2 Replies to "Firebase vs. Supabase: Choosing the right tool for your project"

  1. A great write up! Just one note on:

    “Neither Firebase nor Supabase enables you to migrate your data directly from the dashboard; you’ll need to contact them to go through with data migration.”

    You can download all your data + schema as an .sql file in Supabase from the backup section on the dashboard. Or alternatively dump the latest data from the command line using pg_dump

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