My name is Bram Wiepjes and I am the founder of Baserow (https://baserow.io) which is an open source no-code database tool and Airtable alternative.
First of all I wanted to tell that Cloudron is an amazing platform! This is the first time that I worked with it, but it is just great! The ease of use, stability, addons and low learning curve make it a fantastic product and I have become a fan.
As a fun weekend side-project I decided to make a Baserow Cloudron app. My initial version can be found here https://gitlab.com/bramw/baserow/-/merge_requests/154 and I would love for people to test it out and review the code. All feedback is welcome and would be much appreciated.
Even though this version works, tested it on Cloudron 6.1.2, there are a couple of issues that I ran into. Baserow depends on Redis version 5 because it uses Django Channels 3. The Cloudron documentation mentioned that the Redis addon installs version 5, but it was always version 4 for me. I solved this by installing Redis 5 locally in the Docker image which is fine for now because the state doesn't necessarily needs to be persistent.
Baserow exists of a backend and web-frontend which communicates only via a REST API and Web Socket with each other. Is there a possibility to to split the backend and web-frontend into two different images? Right now I've combined them into one image. If that is not possible, is it possible to do two health checks? One for the backend and one for the web-frontend?
Lastly, it would be great to get listed in the App Store once this version is stable.