Appwrite PHP library for generating API SDKs for multiple programming languages and platforms ⚙️ (by appwrite)


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  • #30DaysOfAppwrite : Server Side SDKs | 2021-05-07
    Appwrite officially supports 6 Server Side SDKs with more in the pipeline. If you didn't already know, all our SDKs are automatically generated from the Swagger Specification of our APIs. This allows our small team to maintain a total of 8 (Client + Server) SDKs. We just ❤️ PRs! If you would like to help us create SDKs in your favourite language, feel free to check out SDK Generator.
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    We've designed Appwrite to be both cross-platform and technology-agnostic, meaning it can run on any operating system, coding language, framework, or platform. Use as much or as little of Appwrite as you need, where you need it - we have SDKs available in multiple programming languages, all generated from the same source code.
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