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ToolJet is an open-source low-code framework to build and deploy internal tools with minimal engineering effort. ToolJet's drag-and-drop frontend builder allows you to create complex, responsive frontends within minutes. Additionally, you can integrate various data sources, including databases like PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and Elasticsearch; API endpoints with OpenAPI spec and OAuth2 support; SaaS tools such as Stripe, Slack, Google Sheets, Airtable, and Notion; as well as object storage services like S3, GCS, and Minio, to fetch and write data.
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- Visual App Builder: 40+ built-in responsive components, including Tables, Charts, Lists, Forms, and Progress Bars.
- ToolJet Database: Built-in no-code database.
- Multi-Page: Build an application with multiple pages.
- Multiplayer editing: Allows simultaneous app building by multiple developers.
- 40+ data sources: Integrate with external databases, cloud storage, and APIs.
- Desktop & mobile: Customize layout widths to fit various screen sizes.
- Self-host: Supports Docker, Kubernetes, Heroku, AWS EC2, Google Cloud Run, and more.
- Collaborate: Add comments anywhere on the canvas and tag your team members.
- Extend with plugins: Use our command-line tool to easily bootstrap new connectors.
- Version control: Manage multiple application versions with a structured release cycle.
- Granular access control: Set permissions at both group and app levels.
- Low-code: Use JS code almost anywhere within the builder, such as setting text color based on status with
status === 'success' ? 'green' : 'red'.
- No-code query editors: Query Editors are available for all supported data sources.
- Secure: All the credentials are securely encrypted using
- Data Privacy: ToolJet serves solely as a proxy and does not store data.
- SSO: Supports multiple Single Sign-On providers.
The easiest way to get started with ToolJet is by creating a ToolJet Cloud account. ToolJet Cloud offers a hosted solution of ToolJet. If you want to self-host ToolJet, kindly proceed to deployment documentation.
You can deploy ToolJet on Heroku using one-click deployment.
Try using Docker
Want to give ToolJet a quick spin on your local machine? You can run the following command from your terminal to have ToolJet up and running right away.
docker run \ --name tooljet \ --restart unless-stopped \ -p 80:80 \ -v tooljet_data:/var/lib/postgresql/13/main \ tooljet/try:latest
Tutorials and examples
Documentation is available at https://docs.tooljet.com.
You can use ToolJet Cloud for a fully managed solution. If you want to self-host ToolJet, we have guides on deploying ToolJet on Kubernetes, AWS EC2, Docker, Heroku, and more.
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|GCP GKE (Kubernetes)||Link|
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|Deploying ToolJet on a Subpath||Link|
ToolJet can now be found on both AWS and Azure Marketplaces, making it simpler than ever to access and deploy our app-building platform.
For general help using ToolJet, please refer to the official documentation. For additional help, you can use one of these channels to ask a question:
- Slack - Discussions with the community and the team.
- GitHub - For bug reports and feature requests.
- 𝕏 (Twitter) - Get the product updates quickly.
Check out our roadmap to stay updated on recently released features and learn about what's coming next.
We use the git-flow branching model. The base branch is
develop. If you are looking for a stable version, please use the main branch or tags labeled as v1.x.x.
Kindly read our Contributing Guide to familiarize yourself with ToolJet's development process, how to suggest bug fixes and improvements, and the steps for building and testing your changes.
ToolJet © 2023, ToolJet Solutions Inc - Released under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0.