Productivity. Performance. Happiness.
Amber makes building web applications fast, simple, and enjoyable - with fewer bugs and blazing fast performance.
Amber is a web application framework written in Crystal inspired by Kemal, Rails, Phoenix and other popular application frameworks.
The purpose of Amber is not to create yet another framework, but to take advantage of the beautiful Crystal language capabilities and provide engineers and the Crystal community with an efficient, cohesive, well maintained web framework that embraces the language philosophies, conventions, and guidelines.
Amber borrows concepts that have already been battle tested and successful, and embraces new concepts through team and community collaboration and analysis, which also aligns with Crystal's philosophy.
Guidelines? We have adopted the Contributor Covenant to be our CODE OF CONDUCT for Amber.
Our Philosophy? Read Amber Philosophy H.R.T.
Read Amber documentation on https://docs.amberframework.org
brew tap amberframework/amber brew install amber
git clone https://github.com/amberframework/amber.git cd amber git checkout stable make sudo make install
If you're using ArchLinux or similar distro try:
yay -S amber
To compile a local
bin/amber per project use
shards build amber
To use it as dependency, add this to your application's
dependencies: amber: github: amberframework/amber
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Contributing to Amber can be a rewarding way to learn, teach, and build experience in just about any skill you can imagine. You don’t have to become a lifelong contributor to enjoy participating in Amber.
Tracking issues? Check our project board.
Code Triage? Join us on codetriage.
Amber is a community effort and we want You to be part of it. Join Amber Community!
git checkout -b my-new-feature
git commit -am 'Add some feature'
git push origin my-new-feature
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details