ToolJet / ToolJet

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17-Jun-2021

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Build and deploy internal tools.

ToolJet is an open-source no-code framework to build and deploy internal tools quickly without much effort from the engineering teams. You can connect to your data sources such as databases ( like PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Elasticsearch, etc ), API endpoints ( ToolJet supports importing OpenAPI spec & OAuth2 authorization) and external services ( like Stripe, Slack, Google Sheets, Airtable ) and use our pre-built UI widgets to build internal tools.

Features
Visual app builder with widgets such as tables, charts, modals, buttons, dropdowns and more
Mobile & desktop layouts
Connect to databases, APIs and external services
Deploy on-premise ( supports docker, kubernetes, heroku and more )
Granular access control on organization level and app level
Write JS code almost anywhere in the builder
Query editors for all supported data sources
Transform query results using JS code
Import endpoints from OpenAPI specs
All the credentials are securely encrypted using aes-256-gcm.
ToolJet acts only as a proxy and doesn’t store any data.
Support for OAuth
Quickstart
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, please proceed to deployment documentation.
You can deploy ToolJet on Heroku for free using the one-click-deployment button below.

Examples
Building a Github contributor leaderboard using ToolJet
Documentation
The documentation is available at https://docs.tooljet.io
Getting StartedDeployingDatasource ReferenceWidget Reference
Branching model
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 labelled as v1.x.x.
Contributing
Read our contributing guide (CONTRIBUTING.md) to learn about our development process, how to propose bugfixes and improvements, and how to build and test your changes to ToolJet. Contributing Guide
Licence
ToolJet © 2021, ToolJet Inc – Released under the GNU General Public License v3.0.

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