The quickest way to build dashboards, workflows, forms, or any kind of internal business tool.
Built with empathy, not just ❤︎
Appsmith is a fast, easy, and secure way to build any custom internal tools. Here's how you build something:
- Create a page using pre-built UI components like table, charts, map viewers and forms.
- Connect the UI components to any REST API or databases like MySQL, Postgres, and MongoDB. Write any logic in JS.
- Deploy the interal tool to a custom URL and invite users to sign in with their Google acounts.
Do all this without depending on multiple UI libraries, coding authentication logic or writing any DB or API integrations. See the looped gif below to see how something gets built on Appsmith. It might remind you of Visual Basic.
You can try our online sandbox or deploy a Docker image on a server.
When we build internal tools today, we turn to admin panels, UI frameworks or use a bootstrap theme. We took inspirations from the best admin panels, bootstrap themes, and brought back the easy UI builder of Visual Basic.
- Build custom UI: Drag & drop, resize and style widgets without HTML / CSS. Read more
- Query data: Query & update your database directly from the UI. Connect to postgres, mongo, MySQL, REST & GraphQL APIs. Read more
- JS Logic: Write snippets of business logic using JS to transform data, manipuate UI or trigger workflows. Use popular libraries like lodash & moment anywhere in the app
- Data Workflows: Simple configuration to create flows when users interact with the UI. Read more
- Realtime Editor: Changes in your application reflect instantly with every edit. No need to compile!
- Works with existing, live databases: Connect directly to any Postgres, MySQL, & Mongo db
- Fine-grained access control: Control who can edit / view your applications from a single control panel
- App management: Build and organise multiple applications on a single platform
Documentation & Support
If you have encountered a bug or need to get in touch with us, you can contact us using one of the following channels:
We are committed to fostering an open and welcoming environment in the community. Please see the Code of Conduct.
Contributing to Appsmith
Please read our contribution guidelines in order to contribute to Appsmith.
The Appsmith platform is available under the Apache License 2.0 (Apache-2.0).