Today we are excited to release Baserow 1.10.2 where for the first time hosted and self-hosted users can easily subscribe to our premium and advanced plans! We have also included a bunch of new features and improvements. Want the full scoop? Check out everything new below.
You asked – we listened. One of the most requested features is now available in Baserow – duplication of rows and views. To duplicate a row, you need to right click on a row and select the duplicate row option from the dropdown. To duplicate a view, you need to click on the view’s options at the top left side of the table and select the duplicate view option from the dropdown. Next on the radar is the duplication of columns, tables, and databases (coming out in Baserow 1.11).
Linked rows allow you to create relationships between your data to minimize redundant rows, while ensuring they are available where you need it.
Previously, it was only possible to link two different tables together, now you can also link to the same table. To create a link that references rows in its own table, you need to create a link to table field and choose the same table as its source.
Whether you are capturing leads, collecting survey results, or registering people for an event, you can get responses directly into your table by using the form view in Baserow. Now with the pre-filling feature, you can use pre-fill parameters in the URL of the form to pre-fill specific fields making forms even more powerful.
How to pre-fill a form?
Copy your form URL.
Add URL parameters:
Share the pre-filled link.
In Baserow every row in a table has a unique identifier , which increments for each new row. However, when a row is deleted, new rows will never use the deleted row’s old identifier, leaving a gap. Now you can choose whether you want to see the row identifier or the position of the row without any gaps. If you prefer the second option, choose count in the menu dropdown.
The importing of files when you create a new table can now handle huge files. Because of these improvements we have now removed the 5000 row limit in the hosted version of Baserow.
It was already easy to self host Baserow with our Heroku, Cloudron, Docker and Ubuntu support. We’ve made it even easier by including instructions for Render and Kubernetes. We’ve also included documentation on how to run Baserow behind Apache, NGINX or Traefik. Finally Baserow’s docker images should now work out of the box on Portainer and other similar platforms.
We’ve revamped our plugin system and docs letting anyone now easily and quickly make, publish and install powerful Baserow plugins. Check out the updated documentation here to get started building your own plugins and customizing Baserow to your hearts content.
Premium and advanced plans are now available via our subscription service! Baserow remains free and open source to give everyone the opportunity to use, customize and extend our software as you want. With the new premium paid plan (available for SaaS and self hosted), we give you access to several nice additional features like:
The paid advanced plan is available for SaaS-only customers and will give you the most rows and storage quota. Later this year we will also offer role based access control and SLA-based direct support.
The self hosted enterprise plan will also become available later this year. It will include role based access control, single sign-on, system wide audit logs, sign-up rules and SLA-based direct support.
We believe you will find the plan best suited for your specific needs: free, premium, advanced or enterprise. Check out the new Pricing page here: https://baserow.io/pricing
We’ve given our website https://baserow.io a bit of TLC, check out the following new pages to learn more about Baserow.
Choosing software is also choosing company beliefs. Meet the team, philosophy, and traditions as well as the core principles that dictate everything we build at Baserow: https://baserow.io/about-us.
This page addresses frequently asked questions about Baserow. They may be particularly useful to those who are new to our project. If you don’t find all the relevant information there, please do not hesitate to contact us in the community forum at any time: https://community.baserow.io/.
Learning Baserow becomes more simple with the newly released User Documentation. The idea of the page is to have Baserow categorized and explained from A to Z to help our users get comfortable with the tool. Check out the progress made so far: https://baserow.io/user-docs.
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Today we want to thank Dennis Vermeulen for contributing “Resolve “Clicking on the trash button in the file upload modal hides the entire modal”. We’re always happy to see the community involvement, your enthusiasm is highly appreciated 💙
group_user_addedsignal that is called when an user accept an invitation to join a group.
before_group_deletedsignal that is called just before a group would end up in the trash.
./dev.sh all_in_one_devnow starts a hot reloading dev mode using the all-in-one image.
In this release, we focused on fixing a lot of smaller issues and did a lot of preparation work for Baserow 1.11. As the next steps, we will continue working on some big features planned for the next release: additional importing, snapshots, form conditions, and more duplication possibilities. As always we will keep implementing features suggested by the community and fixing bugs.
Do you have questions regarding the new updates? Or anything else? Leave your questions in our official community forum — we’re always happy to answer them!
Today we are releasing 1.11: additional importing, snapshots, form conditions, and duplication of databases, tables and fields are out!