Category: Inside

Opening Up Our Beta Program

  We’ve decided to open up our beta program, this will let you, our users, be able to test new features before we release them to the general public. If you’re interested, please fill out the form below, and we’ll get in touch.

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A Spring Cleaning

It’s spring, so we’re making a updates to our home page and blog. First thing you may notice, we’ve brought our blog inside our main site. Where the blog was originally reachable at https://blog.flybase.io, it is now https://flybase.io/blog/. We decided to do this to make everything more unified, it seemed fitting. We’ve been hard at

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Introducing outgoing webhooks
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Introducing outgoing webhooks

Today we’re announcing outgoing webhooks – a long awaited feature that will notify your websites and apps whenever data changes occur. This opens up a new range of possible integrations Adding outgoing webhooks means you can get notified directly in slack or elsewhere when new records are added, when records are updated or deleted. To

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From Jekyll to Ghost

We’ve just migrated this blog from Jekyll where it’s been running on Github Pages for the past two years to Ghost. We still love Jekyll, but we really like the simplicity, writing experience and speed that Ghost offers It’s been an interesting move, and not much has changed for readers, only for us, the editors.

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10 weeks of YC Startup School Founder Track
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10 weeks of YC Startup School Founder Track

We just spent the last 10 weeks taking part in the Y Combinator Startup School Founder Track online course (aka SUS17), the end of which saw Y Combinator hosting the world’s largest startup demo day ever. Here are some stats: 13,321 startups from 141 countries applied to Startup School 2,820 were selected 1,584 graduated 797

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Manage Your Data With Indexes
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Manage Your Data With Indexes

We’ve mentioned before about our roll out of nextgen features, and we are starting to roll these out now. We’ve rolled out the queues, and now this week we’ve launched our schema builder. This is a very basic schema builder, after you’ve added a few records to a collection, you can set rules for each

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A couple nextgen features we’re excited about

With the NextGen release of Flybase right around the corner, there are a couple new features that have us excited. And, they’re both kind of connected. We’re introducing a schema builder, that will let you define field types, set index types on fields such as unique, required, etc. Having indexes will let you better control

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Who needs connection limits?
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Who needs connection limits?

It’s June, the year is halfway done and we’re continuing to build a service that people use every day. We’ve got lots of new things rolling out over the next few weeks, but I wanted to point out something we quietly changed a couple weeks ago. We killed connection limits on all paid plans! An

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Hello Jekyll

This blog is in the middle of a redesign, but before we did the redesign, we wanted to move it to a different setup, previously it ran on Camel.js. But since the Flybase home page, Docs site and various other Flybase-related projects all run on Jekyll, we decided to make the same move here as

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