Freelance software developer. Haskelling at night. Hopefully unconventional. Fan of Dvorak
There is literally no setup / config needed besides database credentials. AND it's written in the most awesome programming language in the world, Haskell!
I feel it's quite a innovative project. I can remember writing so much boilerplate code in previous projects - that Postgrest would be able to provide the same if not better functionality out of the box.
Though I did run into some limitations, essentially when filtering on related database tables (joins etc): https://stackoverflow.com/questions/44972593/postgrest-filter-does-not-seem-work-with-fields-from-related-table