- No servers are needed! - Ridiculously fast to build databases!
- Effortlessly manage database data and schema with GUI!
- Super simple to build JS customizations!
Head over to the Developer License Registration Form
- Accept the Cookies first
- Use Chrome & Firefox
When creating your Kintone Subdomain:
- Only use lowercase, numbers, & hyphens in your subdomain
- Do not use uppercase or special characters
After submitting the form, you will get a confirmation email with an
Activate Now button.
- Email title:
Welcome to Kintone! One More Step to Developer License
Then you will be redirected to your Kintone Subdomain to set the initial password.
Once you create your Kintone Subdomain, it is super simple to access it.
Simply go to
YOUR_SUBDOMAIN swapped with your unique Kintone Subdomain.
To create a Database App, from the Portal screen, click the [+] button on the right side next to the Apps section.
Check out this guide that goes over creating an example Manga Database App.
To generate an API Token for a Kintone App:
- Go to the Kintone App
- Go to the Gear icon (top right corner) > Open the App Settings page
- Click on the App Settings Tab > Click on API Token settings
- Click the
Generatebutton to generate a token
- Click the
Savebutton (top left corner) to save the token setting
- Finally, click the
Update Appbutton (top right corner) to implement the token setting change.
Confused? → Check out the Get the API Token video clip
If you are stuck, post your question & code on the Kintone Developer forum!
If a Kintone mentor is available, post on the Slack workspace!
We are more than happy to answer any questions or help fix any problems regarding Kintone.
Here are a few projects that use Kintone as the web database!
This is a phaser.io game running on Kintone. It is super easy to get started! No need to set up a node.js environment or AWS serverless environment! You just need a code editor & Kintone account.
Check out the tutorial on Having Fun with Browser Games & Web databases - DEV Community
Here is a step-by-step tutorial explaining everything you need to get an Obniz Board exporting data to the Kintone web database!
In this particular example, the node.js app retrieves record data from a Kintone web database via REST API and displays it on the page of the node.js app.
Check out the tutorial on Deploy a REST API calling node.js App to Heroku - DEV Community
This is a recording from Kintone’s React workshop series! We go over how to set up a React project and Express server to access data stored in Kintone!
Code & Slides are available at this GitHub Repo:
Clone the codebase & follow along with the video to build out the POST functionality!
If you are stuck, check out the GET_n_POST branch with the completed version!