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In this section we will cover two key aspect of how Bubble works as a platform: security and hosting/scaling.
Bubble offers a robust set of tools to keep your users data private and secure, but we don't enforce its use. What this means is that as a Bubble developer, you have a responsibility to learn how the different tools work and to plan and structure your app in a way that both complies with the legal requirements of your region and industry, and respects the expectations of your users.
Security and privacy encompasses a broad spectrum that extends beyond mere technical configurations. It also includes strategic planning, effective communication, and conscientious user engagement.
In the first article we'll have a look at what exactly security means and the importance of planning your app's security and privacy and implement it from the beginning of the development process.
In this article we'll look into what it means to think about your app's overarching privacy and security policy. What are the mandatory measures you need to implement? Beyond the basic requirements, what additional actions could you consider? And importantly, what are the anticipations of your users?
In this article we'll explore what the difference between client-side and server-side is. Knowing the difference between the two is crucial to understand how to set up a secure application.
The most significant security risk you could face is unauthorized entry into your Bubble account. In this article we'll look over the important settings needed to keep your account safe, and how that also extends to collaborators.
In this article we'll look at security on an app level – the first step of setting up a secure application. App security covers the different overarching settings that determine the security of your app.
In this article we take a closer look at what it means to create pages that don't share or leak more data than you intended and how you can make sure your conditions and workflow work in a secure way.
Privacy Rules are how you keep the data in your database secure and ensure that no data is sent to unauthorized users. Note that this links to an article in the Data section of the Bubble manual.
Bubble is not only a development framework, but offers a complete solution for hosting and efficient, automated scaling. This article series looks into what that means and how you can use our scaling features as your application grows.
Bubble is continually evolving, with regular updates introducing new features and enhancements. This article covers how you can schedule these updates.
Bubble's Enterprise plan is designed to meet the demands and compliance requirements of large organizations.
On the Enterprise Plan you get a dedicated instance that operates on a Bubble-managed AWS server. This article covers how that is different from the shared environment in the lower-tier plans.
The Enterprise plan offers robust security features such as single sign-on (SSO) and SOC 2 Type II compliance. This article explores these enterprise features.