DBCore can now generate a TypeScript/React CRUD UI that is automatically hooked up to the generated REST API (in Go).
The UI has full support for login, viewing (and filtering), editing, and creating database entities.
PostgreSQL, SQLite and MySQL are supported.
The goal of this project is primarily to provide as much useful boilerplate as possible for full-stack applications. The system is probably not sufficient to be an entire application development platform. It's currently missing hooks, overrides, and per-row/per-table authorization.
The UI code generation may be even less useful in the long-term than the API because UIs are by necessity very diverse. But it is good not to need to build the same browser-side API, authentication, and routing logic again now that it's taken care of in code generation.
Here are a few screenshots of the examples/todo application. Every page here is auto-generated after reading the database schema. The browser application is hooked up to the similarly auto-generated API.
What's new in DBCore: a TypeScript/React UI generated from your database schema and hooked up to the similarly generated Go REST API.— Phil Eaton (@phil_eaton) June 14, 2020
So you can now generate an entire full stack application from your database schema. Screenshots in the post.https://t.co/BTGRVBsfUR