ToolJet is an open-source low-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.
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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 for free using the one-click-deployment button below.
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.Provider Documentation AWS EC2 Link AWS EKS (Kubernetes) Link GCP GKE (Kubernetes) Link Azure AKS (Kubernetes) Link Heroku Link Docker Link Google Cloud Run Link
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:
Check out our roadmap to get informed of the latest features released and the upcoming ones.
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 learn and understand about our development process, how to propose bug fixes and improvements, and how to build and test your changes to ToolJet.
ToolJet © 2022, ToolJet Solutions Inc - Released under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0.