Airsequel is a hosting platform for SQLite databases and automatically provides a GraphQL API and a spreadsheet interface for each database.
Or more succinct: Our goal is to make Airsequel the best place to host your data!
I’m posting this here, because our whole frontend is written in Elm and we’ve a dedicated tutorial on how to write a simple GraphQL Elm app and connect it to Airsequel here.
We’ve had a small private beta in March with a few people from the Elm Slack and since then we’ve been working with a lighthouse customer to add essential features and make it ready for a larger pool of people.
The main changes we made since then are:
- New website with additional information
- Add grid GUI to edit data in tables
- Focus view to edit one row at a time
- Support upload of CSV files
- Enterprise edition with more features and custom hosting options
(compare the different editions at airsequel.com/pricing)
- Make GraphQL API fully compliant with official spec
- Add action buttons to overview page
(download / duplicate / replace / delete database)
- Set up an uptime status page
- Extend documentation and move it to Notion
- Build an Elm SPA frontend for better responsiveness
For a full list of all changes please check out the Airsequel Changelog.
Also, we’re now represented on all major social media platforms (Discord, Matrix, Reddit, GitHub, Twitter) and we have a newsletter. We haven’t been very active yet, so please subscribe to give us an incentive!
We’re looking forward to getting your feedback on our first public release.
Simply hit reply, write us on social media, or leave a ticket / feature request in our official Tracker at github.com/Airsequel/Airsequel-Issues.