Hello, thank you for Grist!
Today in search of a replacement for Nocodb, I found your product, at first glance it looks like an order of magnitude usability.
Main: manage and develop MY MariaDB like as Excel like as Airtable.
Easy docker install on my Synology NAS, easest connect to DB and excel like phpmyadmin. Column = Database field we have Excel like Headless CMS for our database.
First impressions from studying the Grist documentation are a delight. Widgets like dashboards are exactly what NocoDB, Airtable, Baserow lack. Conceptually, your product is similar to desktop GS-base but more promising.
But delving into the study of the Grist community, I realized that just like GS-base (closed DB) or Baserow (PostgreSQL) we are limited to one database for data is sqlite.
Why not Airtable or Grist Cloud?
It’s simple, according to the law of my country, I am obliged to keep the server on which the personal data of users in this country is stored.
I want to ask the Grist:
- I want to support Grist but I can’t use Grist Cloud, have you thought about charging for example a self-hosted setup with white label option and connection to MySQL or MariaDB for metadata and datastorage?