Budibase

open-source low-code platform for creating internal apps in minutes. Supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, MSSQL, MongoDB, Rest API, Docker, K8s

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About

Budibase

The low code platform you'll enjoy using

Budibase is an open source low-code platform, and the easiest way to build internal apps that improve productivity.

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鉁 Features Build and ship real software

Unlike other platforms, with Budibase you build and ship single page applications. Budibase applications have performance baked in and can be designed responsively, providing your users with a great experience.

Open source and extensible

Budibase is open-source - licensed as GPL v3. This should fill you with confidence that Budibase will always be around. You can also code against Budibase or fork it and make changes as you please, providing a developer-friendly experience.

Load data or start from scratch

Budibase pulls in data from multiple sources, including MongoDB, CouchDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Airtable, S3, DynamoDB, or a REST API. And unlike other platforms, with Budibase you can start from scratch and create business apps with no data sources. Request new data sources.



Design and build apps with powerful pre-made components

Budibase comes out of the box with beautifully designed, powerful components which you can use like building blocks to build your UI. We also expose a lot of your favourite CSS styling options so you can go that extra creative mile. Request new component.



Automate processes, integrate with other tools, and connect to webhooks

Save time by automating manual processes and workflows. From connecting to webhooks, to automating emails, simply tell Budibase what to do and let it work for you. You can easily create new automations for Budibase here or Request new automation.



Integrate with your favorite tools

Budibase integrates with a number of popular tools allowing you to build apps that perfectly fit your stack.



Admin paradise

Budibase is made to scale. With Budibase, you can self-host on your own infrastructure and globally manage users, onboarding, SMTP, apps, groups, theming and more. You can also provide users/groups with an app portal and disseminate user-management to the group manager.



Budibase Public API

As with anything that we build in Budibase, our new public API is simple to use, flexible, and introduces new extensibility. To summarize, the Budibase API enables:

  • Budibase as a backend
  • Interoperability

Docs

You can learn more about the Budibase API at the following places:

Guides






馃弫 Get started

Deploy Budibase self-hosted in your existing infrastructure, using Docker, Kubernetes, and Digital Ocean. Or use Budibase Cloud if you don't need to self-host, and would like to get started quickly.

Get started with self-hosting Budibase

Get started with Budibase Cloud



馃帗 Learning Budibase

The Budibase documentation lives here.



馃挰 Community

If you have a question or would like to talk with other Budibase users and join our community, please hop over to Github discussions




鉂 Code of conduct

Budibase is dedicated to providing a welcoming, diverse, and harrassment-free experience for everyone. We expect everyone in the Budibase community to abide by our Code of Conduct. Please read it.



馃檶 Contributing to Budibase

From opening a bug report to creating a pull request: every contribution is appreciated and welcomed. If you're planning to implement a new feature or change the API please create an issue first. This way we can ensure your work is not in vain. Environment setup instructions are available for Debian and MacOSX

Not Sure Where to Start?

A good place to start contributing, is the First time issues project.

How the repository is organized

Budibase is a monorepo managed by lerna. Lerna manages the building and publishing of the budibase packages. At a high level, here are the packages that make up Budibase.

  • packages/builder - contains code for the budibase builder client side svelte application.

  • packages/client - A module that runs in the browser responsible for reading JSON definition and creating living, breathing web apps from it.

  • packages/server - The budibase server. This Koa app is responsible for serving the JS for the builder and budibase apps, as well as providing the API for interaction with the database and file system.

For more information, see CONTRIBUTING.md



馃摑 License

Budibase is open-source, licensed as GPL v3. The client and component libraries are licensed as MPL - so the apps that you build can be licensed however you like.



猸 Stargazers over time

If you are having issues between updates of the builder, please use the guide here to clear down your environment.



Contributors 鉁

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Martin McKeaveney

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Michael Drury

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Andrew Kingston

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Michael Shanks

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Kevin 脜berg Kultalahti

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Joe

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Maurits Lourens

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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

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