🔀 How to use Baserow data in your Appsmith application

AppSmith is an open source framework that can be used to build internal tools, and it also serves as a great frontend for data stored in Baserow.

You can easily build custom applications by integrating Baserow’s powerful database capabilities with Appsmith’s user-friendly interface.

All you need is the following:

  1. Set up a Baserow database
  2. Create a database token
  3. Create an API datasource in AppSmith
  4. Get Baserow parameters
  5. Make a query to list Baserow rows (GET)
  6. Add widgets in AppSmith

Our step-by-step guide will walk you through the process.

Have you built anything using Baserow + AppSmith so far?

I have used the combo a while ago to create an overview and rating systems of no-code platforms

At the moment I am working on an application that offers a dictionary with images and translations from Dutch into English, French and German. I originally planned to do it with Retool, but since Appsmith launched their Auto-layout feature last week, I consider using it for this project.


Nice @frederikdc! We have @joseph_appsmith here in case you need any help :raised_hands:

And I’m looking forward to seeing your project in #MadeWithBaserow as soon as it’s ready :eyes:

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