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Appsmith

Overview

What is Appsmith?

Appsmith is an open source framework to build admin panels, CRUD apps and workflows.

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Users have reported significant time savings when using the platform to build internal tools. The intuitive drag-and-drop interface allows …
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Pricing

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Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.appsmith.com/pricing

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $250 per month
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Product Demos

Binero Group presenterar - Redbridge Academy - Ansible & Appsmith

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Bug Fixes and Fusion Charts Demo: Community Call Apr15th, 2021

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Appsmith, Cube Live: Create A Customizable Metrics Dashboard

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Stitching APIs to Automate Workflows: Live Demo #3

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Product Details

What is Appsmith?

Appsmith is an open source framework to build admin panels, CRUD apps and workflows.

The platform enables users to create a functional UI with drag & drop idgets, build an interface for apps and provide pre-made widgets to easily layout an app, and move them around to experiment with usability. Integrate all your datasources in minutes. Appsmith has plug-and-play support for most databases, Rest APIs and GraphQL and import data.

Control widgets with JavaScript, Modify data, adjust widget properties or call an API with JavaScript. Event listeners within Appsmith can trigger updates automatically. Use vanilla JS or bring your favorite library. Build better apps, the ability to fork a branch to split the work or drop a comment to ask for help! Loop in a designer to refine the UI or ping a user to get their feedback. Appsmith was made from the ground up to be a collaborative development tool.

Access control for every app, select a role for each team member and invite them to the apps they need or build privately. Deploy apps with the click of a button or simply Integrate with CI/CD. Create git branches for different environments to safely develop, test and deploy applications.

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Appsmith Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
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As an organization we need apps to track internal KPS and data. Appsmith is a great tool to build internal apps for your teams. It can connect to multiple data sources as well as Google Sheets. You can transform data using JS and can also use their premade blocks to create front-end UI. You can populate UI elements with data dynamically by using JS query. You can use JS almost anywhere in the application and that makes this a very powerful tool to build any complex and dynamic apps.
  • Connect to external data sources like Google Sheets
  • Using JS to manupulate data
  • Can use JS almost everywhere within design
  • UI could be more responsive. Its bit hassle to create a UI which would fit mobile devices.
  • If there are multiple UI blocks it gets cumbersome to adjust their size and appearance as you have to do it one by one.
It is best suited if you want to build a tool for internal use purpose. It is even better suited if you have your data in Google Sheets. You can build apps with functionlity of CRUD where you can not just view but modify and add new entries so you can make good internal CRM tool or HR tool or anything that you need with the flexibility that Appsmith offers.
  • Its Open Source
  • Has multiple data sources
  • Use of custom JS queries
  • Saves tons of money to hire a vendor to build apps or hire a specialist within org to build internal apps
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