Corteza Low Code Platform
Corteza server is the back-end of the Corteza ecosystem. The core logic is written in GO, using go-chi for the routing. External communication occurs via the REST API and web sockets; internal communication happens via gRPC.
Non-binary data is handled by the store layer and stored inside a database; currently MySQL and PostgreSQL. We will add support for additional databases in the future. Binary data is handled locally or on a supported cloud provider using MinIO.
Corteza is the only 100% free, open-source, standardized and enterprise-grade Low-code platform. It is developed entirely in the public domain and maintained by Crust Technology, its founder.
With Corteza, you can quickly build scalable cloud applications that are integrable with external services and accessible (WCAG 2.1).
You can check out Corteza online by creating an account on our community instance https://latest.cortezaproject.org.
Refer to the End-User Guide to learn the built-in applications and features from the end-user perspective.
Refer to the Integrator Guide to learn how you can build on the core features to create virtually anything.
Refer to the CONTRIBUTING.md for contribution guidelines and code of conduct.
Quick command reference:
make mailhog.up(requires Docker)
Reach out to us on our forum.
Corteza is released under the Apache-2.0 license. Refer to the LICENSE file for additional information.