Yesterday, I tried Supabase for the first time. Within about 30 minutes, I had social login and password-based authentication set up. There was almost zero friction during the whole process and I was super impressed, especially after my horrible developer experience with AWS Cognito and Amplify Auth.
This is a quick guide on how you can add Supabase to a Nuxt.js application.
- You have a Nuxt.js application created using npx create-nuxt-app or through another method
- You have created a Supabase project and the Supabase key, Supabase URL
How to add Supabase to Nuxt
(1) Install Supabase
yarn add @supabase/supabase-js
(2) Add Supabase to plugins In the plugins folder
- In a new file,
This will inject Supabase to our Nuxt project, and will be available as this.$supabase for us to use
(3) Add the plugins file to nuxt.config.js
You can also use the alternative syntax
(4) Use Supabase on any page
I'm really excited to see where @supabase_io goes in the coming weeks and months! I hope it keeps growing and adding more useful features.