I'm looking for a webapp that can be flexibly and easily customized with a given data schema and then allow multiple users to manage the data


  • Quick to implement, declarative schema/model
  • Users get a flexible and intuitive UI for managing both entities and their attributes, and relationships between entities (almost like a graph db)

Nice to haves:

  • Uses any SQL backend
  • Schema can automatically capture historical state of entities, attributes or relationships
  • Some type of SSO authentication
  • Does it have to use a SQL backend? Or would noSQL be acceptable if there are some data constraint abilities on the schema?
    – Alex
    Aug 28 '17 at 14:59
  • noSQL would be ok Aug 28 '17 at 22:04

Maybe you'd want to have a look at Simitless. If I understand your question correctly, it should fit what you are looking for:

  • uses a declarative data model,
  • supports OAuth/SSO with Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Slack, Twitter,
  • enables you to create your own database management web app - it gives you modules/fields (like spreadsheet columns) that you can select from and tailor the app to track/collect only the data you need,
  • I think it has quite an intuitive and flexible UI as well,
  • uses noSQL backend (you said it would be ok as well),
  • you can have as many parallel connections as you want (checks your multi-user requirement),
  • has quite a few templates to choose from when building your own data web app.

Here is a screenshot of how one of the templates with dummy data looks like: enter image description here

May be a worth a look.

Full disclosure: I am part of the startup that designed that platform. We just launched recently, still in beta. If you want to try it out and need some help, I can definitely give you a hand.


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