kandi X-RAY | appwrite Summary
kandi X-RAY | appwrite Summary
Appwrite is an end-to-end backend server for Web, Mobile, Native, or Backend apps packaged as a set of Docker microservices. Appwrite abstracts the complexity and repetitiveness required to build a modern backend API from scratch and allows you to build secure apps faster.
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I am trying to use appwrite server sdk list users to get userid from an email.
The documentation says there is a search: option that can be used but no where does it say what the format of that String? is.
What is the format of the search: String? to only get a list of users whose email matches?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 20:13
Thanks for bringing this question up, this is definitely not well documented, I'll note this down and try to make it clearer in the docs, but here's how you'd approach this in Dart:
I made a simple application that allows you to take pictures offline and tag them. As soon as there is an internet connection, these data are sent to the server. I use a great backend solution - Appwrite. It works very well.
The last thing I wanted to do was user registration and login. The AppWrite SDK provides ready-made methods for creating user sessions, authentication. However, I have a problem how it should work if my application also works offline. E.g.
- I have an internet connection - I log in to the application - a session is being created.
- The next time you turn on the application, the login screen should not appear anymore. How is the application to know that a session is active and not to display the login screen if I do not have internet access?
- The same if I log out of the app when I do not have internet, the previous session will not be deleted.
I would be grateful for any advice on how to achieve this. To sum up - Should user login information be written somewhere local?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-19 at 08:42
The simplest way is to use shared_preferences (offline) https://pub.dev/packages/shared_preferences and firestore (online) https://firebase.flutter.dev/docs/firestore/usage/
I am working on a project and using appwrite database for the backend. I am getting the documents array from my collection and storing in postItems array locally. This is code for getting the list of documents.I have defined getData() in a file appwrite.js and I am exporting it....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-24 at 13:29
The issue source is
getData function. You have forgotten to return the data from the function.
I am using a
StreamBuilder to build my widget. But
database.listDocuments() only returns a
Future. Is there a way to get a stream of documents which automatically triggers a widget rebuild on a database update just as with Firebase's
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-11 at 22:52
Apparently, this functionality is still in beta. It's called Appwrite Realtime. You can find all information about it here.
I just tried appwrite platform for Flutter, but this happened after any request I tried.
The server is initialized at http://localhost:300 (or https://localhost:301), endpoint = http://localhost:300/v1...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-08 at 14:44
This is a network error. You should set your private IP instead of localhost as the Appwrite hostname in your Appwrite SDK client or use a service like ngrok to proxy the Appwrite API.
When trying to connect from an emulator or a device localhost is the hostname for the device or emulator.
Another good method to test that you're using the correct hostname is to check if you can access the Appwrite console from your device/emulator browser.
appwrite/install to install my appwrite instance.
During the installation I enter
localhost for host,
8004 for HTTP and
8005 for HTTPS and my domain for CNAME.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-07 at 13:34
403 error means Appwrite does not recognize this web client and protects you from a [CSRF] attack.
A few things, set _APP_DOMAIN and _APP_DOMAIN_TARGET both to your actual domain name and not localhost.
That should get you going without a proxy, with a proxy you should make sure it passes the host name to the Appwrite server.
Make sure to [pass the host header] when using nginx as a proxy:
No vulnerabilities reported
If you are upgrading your Appwrite server from an older version, you should use the Appwrite migration tool once your setup is completed. For more information regarding this, check out the Installation Docs.
Getting started with Appwrite is as easy as creating a new project, choosing your platform, and integrating its SDK into your code. You can easily get started with your platform of choice by reading one of our Getting Started tutorials.
Getting Started for Web
Getting Started for Flutter
Getting Started for Apple
Getting Started for Android
Getting Started for Server
Getting Started for CLI
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