We released Airsequel 0.7 a few days ago with following highlights:
Let me know if you want a pro account for testing!
- Generated columns
- Admin JSON API (documentation at airsequel.com/api/docs)
- An affiliate program: airsequel.com/affiliate
Refer a customer and earn 30% of the contract value for the first year!
And numerous other improvements! Make sure to check out the full release blog post here:
We would love to also offer first class support for Elm cloud functions, but what’s currently the best way to achieve this?
If you want to get started with almost Elm, it’s already possible to use PureScript : github.com/Airsequel/Examples
elm-pages v3 has full support for cloud functions written in Elm. It’s not first-party support, because there is no such adapter (the only first-party adapter is for Netlify, running as a traditional server), but there is full support for writing third-party adapters.
One of the main advantages of Elm-Time is the integrated functionality to make running backends using the Elm architecture easy. I don’t know how much of that is of interest to Airsequel.
Elm-Time is open-source. (That includes deployments, migrations, admin interface, database management, etc.)
It is permissively licensed so that anybody can use and adapt it. For example, it allows the reuse of the full-stack Elm system in a commercial hosting service.
I don’t know what ‘cloud functions’ mean in this context, but it sounds like you are more interested in the core Elm runtime?
As a side note: my team will soon be writing an elm-pages adaptor for https://nhost.io. We will be making it open source.
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