A non-exhaustive overview of Tableland features.
Data is materialized offchain to save on costs. Docs.
Cross chain support
Execute read-only queries across any network for multi-chain apps. Docs.
Tables are created on the desired chain with global uniqueness. Docs.
SQLite & a few custom functions can be used in queries (with some exceptions). Docs.
Row level security
Control the data each user can access with smart contracts. Docs.
Write SQL statements that grant or revoke global table permissions. Docs.
Leverage any external protocol that also handles access controls all onchain.
Store data in tables with (some limits). Docs.
Use external storage providers to store files & references in tables. Docs.
Clients & APIs
Write contracts with onchain creates, writes, & access controls. Docs.
Create, read, and write from the command line. Docs.
Request read-only data from Tableland validator nodes. Docs.
Realtime database changes
Watch database changes to perform logic in external services. Docs.
Deploy projects in the Studio and build an app in minutes. Docs.
Manage your project from the command line. Docs.