Comparing App Development Platforms: Firebase vs. AWS Amplify vs. Super Bass
- Firebase is a popular platform for app developers
- It provides user authentication, database, and server-side functions hosted by Google Cloud Platform
- It has a generous free tier but can be expensive at scale
- However, it is locked in to Firestore and migrating data is difficult
- AWS Amplify is Amazon’s alternative with more mature user authentication, but requires code generation and vendor lock-in
- Super Bass has an open source postgres relational database which is flexible and easily hosted elsewhere, but lacks website hosting and limited mobile SDKs
- It also has a free tier with great pricing at higher usage.
Comparing Database Solutions for Mobile App Development
- Firebase requires manual opting in for real-time data access
- Superbase is a Firebase alternative with similar pricing and full-text search, but lacks real-time access
- Nhost supports both Postgres and GraphQL, has UI intuitiveness, first class React support and hooks for authentication, but does not allow everything from the dashboard
- Apprite is a Firebase alternative built on Mariadb, open source, has impressive authentication methods and database management capabilities, but no GraphQL support
- MongoDB Realm provides easy database sync with web/mobile platforms, graphql API generation and real-time subscription management, but may be more advanced than other options.
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