- Define your UI in HTML
- Define handlers in Go/Python
- Run your program to deploy your app
Dashborg was built to be the simplest way to create secure web-based internal tools from backend code. Define your UI and control it completely within your backend code. All backend communication is secured with public/private key encryption. Add client password or user-account authentication with one line of code.
- Go SDK - https://github.com/sawka/dashborg-go-sdk
- Python SDK - https://github.com/sawka/dashborg-python-sdk
- Python PyPI - https://pypi.org/project/dashborg-python-sdk/
- GoDoc (godoc.org) - https://godoc.org/github.com/sawka/dashborg-go-sdk/pkg/dash
- GoDoc (pkg.go.dev) - https://pkg.go.dev/github.com/sawka/dashborg-go-sdk/pkg/dash
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- No Open Ports - No webhooks, firewall configuration, IP whitelists, or open ports required for your backend.
- No Frontend Hosting - You get a secure, internet accessible frontend out of the box. No web server configuration, domain name, load balancer, or WAF setup and configuration required.
- No Shared Passwords - No incoming connections to your infrastructure. Dashborg does not require or store your database passwords or API keys. It does not access any 3rd party service on your behalf.
- Built For Real Developers - Use the editor, libraries, and frameworks that you already use to write your tools – no 3rd-party GUI tools to learn, or typing code into text boxes on a website. Easy to get started, but powerful enough to build complex tools and interactions.
- Secure - All connections are secured using SSL public/private key encryption with client auth. HTTPS on the frontend. Secure your dashboards with a simple password or user accounts. SSO coming soon.
- Control - Dashborg panels are 100% defined from your backend code. That means you can version them in your own code repository, and run and test them in your current dev, staging, and production environments.
Creating good-looking modern web apps (internal tools) isn’t easy.
I created Dashborg because I love creating internal tools to share with my company, but I hate all the overhead that goes into building them.
Engineers. Developers. Coders.