After six long weeks of work since the last Appwrite release and about ~250 commits, Appwrite 0.6 is out with TypeScript support, a new Flutter integration, a new database UI, and many more features and improvements.
If you haven’t heard about Appwrite before, It’s an open-source BAAS (backend-as-a-service) that abstracts a lot of the complexity and repetitiveness required when building an API from scratch. The server comes packaged as a set of Docker containers you can host anywhere really quickly, and it has lots of built-in security features.
You can read the full announcements on Medium: https://medium.com/@eldadfux/introducing-appwrite-0-6-with-flutter-support-1eb4dce820f3?sk=8f3b0ff0446fdb667d31d558bc540456 or you can watch the online announcement at the *live* meetup we held yesterday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNQzncq10CI
If you think Appwrite can be a good fit for your next project, you can learn more about it at the official website or on the GitHub repository: