Appwrite Console is the Graphical User Interface that developers interact with when accessing their Appwrite instance in the web browser.
Appwrite Console has been built with the following frameworks:
Developer experience has always been a priority for Appwrite since its inception. The web console is one of the most important pieces of the developer experience puzzle. The new web console not only looks better but serves a functional purpose.
The new UI reduces visual load with more purposeful color use and more selective inclusion of information.
The new Appwrite Console uses a consistent UI library, so navigating from page to page and task to task will flow seamlessly.
Console 2.0 is designed to be accessible, from design to code. Console 2.0 is also designed to be accessible to developers of all skill levels. Complex workflows will provide more guidance for newer developers and promote good technical decisions.
Scalability and Collaboration
The new console is more maintainable and welcoming to community contributions. Console 2.0 is built using Svelte instead of our own library. It’s better documented and well-known, making it easier for developers to contribute to Appwrite.
All code contributions - including those of people having commit access - must go through a pull request and be approved by a core developer before being merged. This is to ensure a proper review of all the code.
For security issues, kindly email us at email@example.com instead of posting a public issue on GitHub.
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