? Todo With NextJS
? Getting Started
? Install Appwrite
Follow our simple Installation Guide to get Appwrite up and running in no time. You can either deploy Appwrite on your local machine or, on any cloud provider of your choice.
Note: If you setup Appwrite on your local machine, you will need to create a public IP so that your hosted frontend can access it.
Create a new collection with the following properties
Add the following rules to the collection.
Make sure that your key exactly matches the key in the images
Add the following permissions to your collections. These permissions ensure that only registered users can access the collection.
? Deploy the Front End
You have two options to deploy the front-end and we will cover both of them here. In either case, you will need to fill in these environment variables that help your frontend connect to Appwrite.
- REACT_APP_ENDPOINT – Your Appwrite endpoint
- REACT_APP_PROJECT – Your Appwrite project ID
- REACT_APP_COLLECTION_ID – Your Appwrite collection ID
Follow these instructions to run the demo app locally
$ git clone https://github.com/Sooraj-s-98/appwrite-todo-with-nextjs $ cd appwrite-todo-with-nextjs
Now fill your environment variables
Now run the following commands and you should be good to go ??
$ npm install $ npm run dev
If you get stuck anywhere, hop onto one of our support channels in discord and we’d be delighted to help you out ?
? Help Wanted
Our access credentials were recently compromised and someone tried to ruin these demos. They decided to leave behind 15 easter eggs ? for you to discover. If you find them, submit a PR cleaning up that section of the code (One PR per person across all the repos). You can track the number of claimed Easter Eggs using the badge at the top.
The first 15 people to get their PRs merged will receive some Appwrite Swags ? . Just head over to our Discord channel and share your PR link with us.