Appaserver is an application server that allows you to build commercial-quality, multi-user database applications. It runs on any UNIX-flavored operating system, including Linux. Appaserver implements the relational model coupling MySQL with a browser.
Appaserver is a MySQL user interface. Its forte is to build database applications without painting or programming the user interface. Once you've conceptualized your database, simply insert the elements tables, columns, relations, and roles into the Appaserver engine, then log in.
Web forms are created dynamically, allowing you to select, insert, update, and delete everything in your database. But this is only the tip:
Appaserver is flexible. Because ideas inspire ideas, Appaserver was designed for expansion. New elements are easily added to the engine, and residual elements are easily removed.
Appaserver is secure. You group users into roles, and then provide table-level access (select, insert, update, and delete) to each role. However, table-level access may be insufficient; therefore, row-level and column-level access can further be restricted. Finally, Appaserver supports the Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
After building your database, you need to write the processes that do your customer's work. To help you, Appaserver comes with a rich set of libraries from which you can build upon. Alternatively, any process using the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) will seamlessly migrate.
The following tutorials are available:
For a technical overview, view the Appaserver Database Schema.