After long anticipation and great feedback we got from the Appwrite community during our alpha launch, we’re thrilled to announce the official release of Appwrite 0.10, including one of our most anticipated features: the Appwrite Realtime API! 🥁

Besides the Realtime API, Appwrite 0.10 also comes with some exciting features…


Today I’m thrilled to introduce Appwrite to the Android developer community. Appwrite is an entirely open-source and self-hosted Firebase alternative that is extremely easy to deploy. We’ve been working on Appwrite for quite a while now, and we’re super excited to announce our support for native Android development with the…


After writing code for over 20 years and managing engineers for almost 10, I can definitely say that *good* software engineering is not about overcoming or solving complex stuff. It’s about the ability to avoid them.

During my time both as a developer and a tech leader, I tried to…


We’re incredibly excited to announce the release of Appwrite 0.8, packed with a ton of cool new features like JWT support, ARM support, Anonymous Login, and more! Last month, we gave a sneak peek of some of the changes, and we’re back today to keep you waiting no longer. Let’s…


After launching v0.7 last month with the new Appwrite Cloud Functions and the Appwrite CLI, we are happy to share that Appwrite version 0.8 is nearing completion. We have prepared a list a list with some of the coolest features you can expect from the soon-to-be-released version.

Appwrite 0.8 will…


Appwrite 0.7 was just released last month with a lot of new features. One of the biggest features we released was our internal switch from a stack using Nginx + PHP FPM to using Swoole as our underline HTTP server.

In Appwrite, we build an open-source, free alternative to Google’s…


Appwrite 0.7 introduces the new Doctor CLI tool that will help you debug and analyze your Appwrite server health in an instant.

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Inspired by the awesome Flutter Doctor command, we are excited to announce the release of the new Appwrite equivalent command, the Appwrite Doctor. …


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After months of hard work, +1,800 commits, 650+ pull-requests, and lots of new contributors joining the Appwrite community, we’re excited to announce the release of Appwrite 0.7, our biggest ever release. …


We are extremely happy to announce the release of the Appwrite SDK for Svelte. This SDK joins other SDKs, such as the Web and Flutter front-end SDKs that allow you to easily integrate Appwrite with your web, mobile and desktop apps.

With the new Appwrite SDK for Svelte you can…


Hacktoberfest is back, and Appwrite will be celebrating it for the second time in a row!

Hacktoberfest 19 was an amazing celebration of open-source, and this year will be no different! …

Eldad A. Fux

Entrepreneur, Software Architect, open source enthusiastic and the creator of appwrite.io. You can follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/eldadfux

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