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Eldad Fux

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Building a serverless tool is cool, but we wanted developers to be able to integrate with Appwrite any way they want. Front or back, it's up to developers to know what architecture fits best for their project.

Being unopinionated and cross-platform is a massive part of our dev cycle, but the most important thing is that we really just want to empower developers.

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GitHub - appwrite/appwrite: End-to-end backend server for frontend and mobile developers. 馃殌 (github.com)
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Appwrite is a new open-source, end to end backend server for frontend and mobile developers that allows you to build apps a lot faster. Appwrite goal is to abstract and simplifies common development tasks behind REST APIs and tools to help developers build advanced apps way faster.

Appwrite server is packaged as a docker container which you can easily set up using a simple docker-compose command from your terminal on either your local machine or cloud provider.

mkdir appwrite-ce && \
cd appwrite-ce && \
curl -o docker-compose.yml https://appwrite.io/docker-compose.yml && \
docker-compose up -d --remove-orphans

You can learn more about Appwrite at the official GitHub repository (https://github.com/appwrite/appwrite) or on the official docs website: (https://appwrite.io/docs)

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Introducing Appwrite: An Open Source Backend Server for Mobile & Web Developers - DEV (dev.to)
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keshav mahrolia
keshav mahrolia
May 17th 2020 at 9:17AM

I like it

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Eldad Fux
Eldad Fux
May 17th 2020 at 3:04PM

Thanks Keshav!

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Appwrite community member and Flutter enthusiastic, Damodar Lohani has just released the first episode of his Appwrite + Flutter tutorials series! The first episode covers how to setup Appwrite as your Flutter app open-source backend server and how to create your first database collection.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teUUt4ZqIvI&t=7s

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@Flutter + Appwrite : EP 1 - Setup Appwrite - YouTube (youtube.com)
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Announcing Appwrite 0.6 With Full Flutter Support

After about six long weeks of hard work since the last version release, Appwrite 0.6 is finally out with full support for Flutter integration and more new features 馃コ

If you haven鈥檛 heard about Appwrite before, It鈥檚 an open-source BAAS (backend-as-a-service) that abstracts a lot of the complexity and repetitiveness required when building a backend API from scratch. The server comes packaged as a set of Docker containers you can host anywhere really quickly, and it has lots of built-in security features.

You can read the full announcements on Medium: https://medium.com/@eldadfux/introducing-appwrite-0-6-with-flutter-support-1eb4dce820f3?sk=8f3b0ff0446fdb667d31d558bc540456 or you can watch the online announcement at the live meetup we held yesterday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNQzncq10CI

If you think Appwrite can be a good fit for your next Flutter app, you can learn more about the project at the official website or on the GitHub repository:

https://appwrite.io https://github.com/appwrite/appwrite

You can also join the Appwrite Flutter community on Discord (https://discord.gg/GSeTUeA), where you can get support and updates.

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Introducing Appwrite 0.6 with Flutter Support - ITNEXT (medium.com)
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I am excited to share that I have just released the new version (0.5) of the Appwrite. Appwrite is a backend server packaged as a set of Docker containers. 馃帀

Appwrite has ready to use HTTP APIs for authentication, database, storage, background tasks, and more to help you build web, native, and mobile apps a lot faster and more securely.

The new version adds support for custom domains, auto-generated SSL certificates (with Lets Encrypt's Certbot), dark mode, responsive dashboard, and many more improvements.

The best way to learn more about Appwrite is to visit the project website and docs (https://appwrite.io/docs) or to check out the GitHub repository (https://github.com/appwrite/appwrite).

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The Appwrite Open-Source Backend Server 0.5 is Out with 5 New Major Features (medium.com)
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