Docker support is currently still not fully stable. Contributions via pull requests or issues are very welcome and appreciated.

Create a new Supabase project

You can also self-host Supabase on your own infrastructure. Learn more.

You’ll need a Supabase account to get started. Sign up if you don’t have one already.

Once you’ve signed up, create a new project. You can do this by clicking on the “New Project” button or by following this link.

Migrate your database

Once you’ve created a new project, you’ll need to migrate your database. You can do this the following ways:

Prepare your environment variables

Once you’ve migrated your database, you’ll need to prepare all necessary environment variables for the next step.

You can find a list of all environment variables and where to find them here.


  1. Clone the Feedbase repository.
git clone && cd feedbase
  1. Create a .env file.
cp .env.example .env
  1. Update the .env file with your environment variables.

  2. Either run the pre-built Docker image or build and run the Docker image yourself.