Appsmith is an open-source platform to build, deploy, and maintain internal apps. You can build anything from simple CRUD apps, admin panels, dashboards to custom business apps and complicated multi-step workflows.
Build your UI with our drag and drop UI builder. Use 45+ pre-built, customizable widgets including tables, charts, lists, modals, forms, and more. Docs
Connect to your data with our connectors: databases (PostgresQL, MongoDB, Amazon S3, and many more), SaaS providers (like Google Sheets, Airtable, Twilio) or any GraphQL/REST API. Docs
Deploy your app on our free, cloud-hosted version or to any platform of your choice - Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, DigitalOcean, Heroku, and more. Docs
Appsmith makes it easy to create powerful utility applications organized across multiple workspaces. Here are a few notable features of Appsmith. We ship new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements regularly. Read our release notes to stay updated.
🔥 UI builder with a library of 45+ widgets such as
❇️ Native integrations available with the following databases. You can also connect with most other tools through the RESTful API plugin or using our SaaS connectors.
🛠️ API client and query builder lets you run RESTful API, GraphQL, or database queries within connected datasources.
🔄 Version control with Git allows multiple developers to add their work in a git branch, raise a pull request for code reviews, integrate with CI/CD pipelines, and provide a commit history to go back to a previous version if something were to go wrong. You can connect to any popular version control tool of our liking: GitHub, Gitlab, Bitbucket, AWS Code Commit and more.
🎨 App theming to style your app pages and widgets and to customize the visual layout of your app in one click.
⚙️ Access control available to assign different roles to different team members while sharing the app. Appsmith implements RBAC by assigning a set of permissions to different user roles. These permissions determine the actions users can take on the platform. You can allow external users to access applications built using Appsmith by inviting them to the workspace.
🔑 Solid 256-bit encryption. Appsmith apps are secure by default. All connections are TLS-encrypted, and credentials are encrypted with AES-256 so we can't see any of your data. For added security, try our self-hosted options.
Issues are inevitable. When you have one, our entire team and our active developer community is around to help.
While you can always start building apps right away using the cloud-hosted version, here are the resources for deploying Appsmith on different platforms:
|Local/Cloud - Docs|
|K8's with Helm Charts|
|AWS ECS - Docs|
|AWS AMI - Docs|
We ❤️ our contributors. We're committed to fostering an open, welcoming, and safe environment in the community.
📕 We expect everyone participating in the community to abide by our Code of Conduct. Please read and follow it.
🤝 If you'd like to contribute, start by reading our Contribution Guide.
🧩 Set up your local environment.
👾 Explore some good first issues.
Lets build great software together.
Appsmith is available under the Apache License 2.0. Use it wisely.