Integrate MongoDB and Supabase to automate workflows and backend

Connect MongoDB and Supabase nodes to in your workflow. Integrate with any tool or database and ship powerful backend logic and APIs instantly - No code required!

Getting Started

How To Connect MongoDB and Supabase

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Step 1: Add Trigger Node

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

Step 1: Add Trigger Node

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

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Step 1: Add Trigger Node

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

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Step 2: Connect MongoDB and Supabase

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

Step 2: Connect MongoDB and Supabase

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

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Step 2: Connect MongoDB and Supabase

It is the node that will start your workflow execution.

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Step 3: Integrate with any other tool or service

Add any other tools or your preferred database nodes. If an integration is not available generate your own using AI

Step 3: Integrate with any other tool or service

Add any other tools or your preferred database nodes. If an integration is not available generate your own using AI

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Step 3: Integrate with any other tool or service

Add any other tools or your preferred database nodes. If an integration is not available generate your own using AI

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Step 4: Execute Workflow

Once done, test and click ship to run as an API or scheduled job.

Step 4: Execute Workflow

Once done, test and click ship to run as an API or scheduled job.

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Step 4: Execute Workflow

Once done, test and click ship to run as an API or scheduled job.

Node stack

Supported Triggers & Actions

MongoDB NODES

Delete Document

Deletes a document from a specified collection in MongoDB by document ID and returns the operation response.

Fetch Document

Fetches and returns the entire document data from a MongoDB collection based on the given document ID.

Insert Document

Inserts the given data into a MongoDB collection and returns the ids of the inserted documents.

Query Collection

Queries for multiple documents in a MongoDB collection using connection string, database name, collection name, query, sort, and projection.

Update Document

Updates a specific document in a MongoDB collection using the updateOne function and returns the operation result.

Supabase NODES

Supabase Trigger

Creates a database webhook on Supabase. In other words, this workflow will be executed when there is an event on the provided table. [Full Documentation](https://docs.buildship.com/trigger-nodes/supabase-trigger)

trigger

Create Row

Insert a JSON object to an existing table on Supabase via a POST request

script

Create Row with Token

Insert a JSON object to an existing table on Supabase via a POST request

script

Delete Row

Delete an existing table row using Supabase Realtime API endpoint.

script

Delete Row with Token

Delete an existing table row using Supabase Realtime API endpoint.

script

Get Columns

Read the specified columns of a Supabase table.

script

Get Columns with Token

Read the specified columns of a Supabase table.

script

Get Row

Fetch a row from a Supabase table using the API URL, Key, table name, filter, and Authorization token.

script

Get Row with Token

Fetch a row from a Supabase table using the API URL, Key, table name, filter, and Authorization token.

script

List Supabase Projects

Returns a list of all projects you've previously created.

Postgres RPC

Initializes a Supabase client and calls a Postgres function as Remote Procedure Call

script

Update Row

Update an existing table row using Supabase Realtime API endpoint

script

Update Row with Token

Update an existing table row using Supabase Realtime API endpoint

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