Event tracking all in 1 place
Free • Open Source • API ready
- 📋 Organize events neatly
- 🔗 Integration with other platform (Supabase etc)
- 🤩 Free & Open-Source
- 🚀 API ready
📇 About The Project
This project is inspired by one of Supabase’s tweet, where use listen to realtime changes and
sendSlackAlert to save the events.
But that quickly got out of hands, as all the events clumps in 1 channel, which makes organizing, tracking and eventually analyzing SUPER difficult.
Hence I built SimpleLog! It aims to be Open Source, so that anyone can contribute in creating SDK, or Integration they needed easily, while using SimpleLog.
Futhermore, this project allows me to spend some time looking into Push Messaging, which is curently missing in Supabase (as compare to FCM). Thus, I’ve also created a custom push notification provider in this project!
This project is indeed a difficult one, but I had fun making it!
🔨 Built With
- Supabase – For Auth, DB, Realtime
- Redis – Caching API token
- Nuxt 3 – App & Server
- Nuxt Content – Docs
- FormKit – Form Submission, Auto-animate
- UnoCSS – Tailwind styling, Icon
⚡ Supabase Service
- Supabase Database
- Supabase Auth (GitHub)
- Supabase Realtime
- Postgres Function
Log event quickly!
create or replace function log_event(input_owner_id uuid, input_project text, input_channel text, input_name text, input_description text, input_icon text, input_notify boolean, input_integration text) returns record language plpgsql as $$ declare var_project_id uuid; var_channel_id uuid; return_record record; begin -- get project id and owner_id from projects table based on name select projects.id into var_project_id from projects where name = input_project and owner_id = input_owner_id; -- get channel id from channels table select id into var_channel_id from channels where name = input_channel and project_id = var_project_id; if var_channel_id is null then insert into channels (name, project_id) values (input_channel, var_project_id) returning id into var_channel_id; end if; insert into events (name, description, icon, notify, project_id, channel_id, owner_id, integration) values (input_name, input_description, input_icon, input_notify, var_project_id, var_channel_id, input_owner_id, input_integration ) returning * into return_record; return return_record; end $$;
🌎 Local Development
npm install --global yarn
- Clone the repo
git clone https://github.com/zernonia/simple-log.git
- Install NPM packages
cd simple-log yarn install
SUPABASE_URL= SUPABASE_KEY= SUPABASE_SERVICE_KEY= REDIS_HOST= REDIS_PORT= REDIS_USERNAME= REDIS_PASSWORD= VAPID_PUBLIC_KEY= VAPID_PRIVATE_KEY= VAPID_SUBJECT=
- Run local development instance
Contributions are what make the open source community such an amazing place to be learn, inspire, and create. Any contributions you make are greatly appreciated.
- Fork the Project
- Create your Feature Branch (
git checkout -b feature/AmazingFeature)
- Commit your Changes (
git commit -m 'Add some AmazingFeature')
- Push to the Branch (
git push origin feature/AmazingFeature)
- Open a Pull Request
Distributed under the MIT License. See
LICENSE for more information.
Also, if you like my work, please buy me a coffee ☕😳