Welcome to our documentation section. Here you will be able to find quick guides to setup and integrate with Appwrite on your platform of choice. You can also review full and detailed API references to all of our services, tools, and features.


Appwrite is an end-to-end backend server that aims to abstract the complexity of common, complex, and repetitive tasks required for building a modern app.

Appwrite provides you with a set of APIs, tools, and a management console UI to help you build your apps a lot faster, and in a much more secure way. Within Appwrite's different services, you can find user authentication and account management, user preferences, database and storage persistence, cloud functions, localization, image manipulation, and more.

Appwrite is both cross-platform and technology-agnostic, meaning it can run on any operating system, coding language, framework, or platform. Although Appwrite can easily fit the definition of a serverless technology, it's designed to run well in multiple configurations. You can integrate Appwrite directly with your client app, use it behind your custom backend or alongside your custom backend server.

Quickstart Tutorials

API References

The Appwrite API is organized around REST. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts form-encoded or JSON-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and verbs.

Specifications for the Appwrite API are available in multiple formats, including Open API 3 for clients or servers and Swagger2 for clients or servers.


Are you looking to get started contributing to Appwrite? Our contribution guide has you covered. Want an SDK for a language we don’t yet support? Check out the SDK generator project. Also, have a look at our GitHub organization.

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