Build with no compromises, no code, in no time

Saltcorn is a platform for building database web applications without writing a single line of code. Use the intuitive point-and-click, drag-and-drop user interface to build the whole application.

Free and open source – MIT license.
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Saltcorn is an open-source no-code builder for web applications. It is a complete end-to-end solution for the front-end, backend and database of your application, and it manages both the build and the hosting stages of your application life-cycle with an intuitive point-and-click, drag-and-drop user interface.

Saltcorn focuses on database-backed applications built for a mobile and desktop web browsers, for yourself, internally for your team or company, or for the public. 

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Example applications

The Saltcorn wiki, issue tracker, blog and store are built with Saltcorn. This site (saltcorn.com) is also implemented in Saltcorn

Address book

Contact list with meeting notes


Blog

Posts with public comments


Issue tracker

Track bugs or feedback


Landing page

Landing page with lead capture


Location search

Searching for locations with map


Project management

Tasks, notes, Kanban board


Software directory

Open-Source No-Code Directory


Todo list

Simple todo list


Wiki

User-editable pages



How to run Saltcorn



Saltcorn.com
Trial hosting on Saltcorn.com is free for evaluating the suitability of Saltcorn 
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Self-hosted
Available for self-hosting, as simple as an NPM install or a Docker image
NPM | Docker | Wiki | DigitalOcean


Create your application in Saltcorn in five simple steps


1

Enable plugins needed for data types

2

Build your database tables with our point-and-click interface

3

Build your user interface – the views of the database tables – with our drag-and-drop interface builder

4

Build your with  pages our drag-and-drop interface builder, based on the views

5

Choose a theme from a plugin

Done



Saltcorn code and websites
Copyright (c) 2020 Tom Nielsen,
released under MIT license