Basejump is a starter-kit for launching SaaS apps on Supabase using Nextjs. It provides sensible defaults, a dashboard and account management functionality.
Most Supabase guides focus on how easy it is to get started. Very few talk about best practices for how to build sustainable projects.
If you want to spin up a supabase project and write manual SQL into their interfaces, you can. But the directions here are more for setting up a dev environment.
To launch a new project, we recommend that you clone the Basejump starter on Github.
Basejump uses Supabase for authentication, database and storage. To get started, you'll need to launch a local instance of Supabase. You can learn how to install the CLI tool here.
Once installed, you can launch a local instance of Supabase by running:
This will launch a local instance of Supabase and run migrations located in
The Supabase start script will pump out some access variables at the end. Copy those into your environment file.
Started supabase local development setup. API URL: http://localhost:54321 // this is your NEXT_PUBLIC_SUPABASE_URL DB URL: postgresql://postgres:postgres@localhost:54322/postgres Studio URL: http://localhost:54323 Inbucket URL: http://localhost:54324 anon key: <your-anon-key> // this is your NEXT_PUBLIC_SUPABASE_ANON_KEY service_role key: <your-service-key> // this is your SUPABASE_SERVICE_ROLE_KEY
If you plan on leveraging Stripe for billing, you'll also need to copy in a few Stripe variables. It's not needed for local development, however. You can learn more on the dedicated environment variables page.
Now you're ready to install the dependencies and launch the app. Once it's live, you can access it at
yarn install yarn dev
npm install npm run dev
Your app is now available at