How to use Supabase and hotglue to offer a native integration in your product

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One of the most common feature requests in the SaaS world is an integration with a platform that a customer already uses. For example. if you are working on an email marketing software, you most likely will be asked to integrate with Salesforce, HubSpot, Mailchimp, and so on.

Integrations are messy, and even more so, dealing with the data that comes out of those APIs can be even messier. Even with all the trouble that integrations can put you thorugh, Supabase and hotglue can help you standup a native integration for your users in no time.

What is Supabase?

Supabase is an open source Firebase alternative. It provides all the backend services you need to build a product, whether that is a database, auth, file store, or APIs for your database.

Supabase also offers a hosted platform which makes it very simple to get started without needing to manage any infrastructure.

What is hotglue?

hotglue enables you to offer native, user-facing SaaS integrations to your customers in minutes without sacrificing control over the data.

The integrations feel native because hotglue is embeddable, cloud-based, and built on the Python ecosystem — enabling developers to support more data sources, manage data cleansing & transformation, and offer a self-serve experience to their users. With hotglue, any developer can build a data integration pipeline in minutes without months of development and maintenance.

How to start creating your native integration