Appsmith vs CloudWright: What are the differences?
Developers describe Appsmith as "Open source alternative to Retool". It is an open source framework to build internal tools. The low code project comes with UI widgets like tables, charts, forms, map viewer, and more. Easily connect to REST APIs, Postgres, Mongo, and MySQL. Invite users and allow login with Google accounts. On the other hand, CloudWright is detailed as "Build apps in your own cloud". It is a platform which empowers anyone who can write Python to build reliable, powerful internal tools. By letting developers combine reusable connections to databases, services, and APIs, and by handling common last-mile barriers to internal application development — passwords, deployment, scaling, and monitoring — it lets either technical or semi-technical users translate ideas into tools fast and more reliably.
Appsmith and CloudWright can be primarily classified as "Low Code Platforms" tools.
Some of the features offered by Appsmith are:
- Deploy Appsmith on your servers in 5 minutes
- Drag & drop, resize and style widgets without HTML / CSS
- Query & update your database directly from the UI. Connect to PostgreSQL, MongoDB, MySQL, REST & GraphQL APIs
On the other hand, CloudWright provides the following key features:
- Custom workflows
- File automation
- Report generation