Light your app on fire

OpenFire is an Open Source Database & Backend Engine. Use our JavaScript SDK to connect your web services directly to the server, and interact with your objects immediatly and realtime!

Choose your DB

You can just pick a database you like to work with and OpenFire will put it's data inside it. Chose the wrong database for your project? Switching databases is no problem! Just want to play? OpenFire runs without a database by default!

Fast to read - Fast to write

OpenFire holds some very clever algorithms under it's belt, and stores objects in highly optimized fragments. Combined with realtime, serial data transfer, reading as well as writing objects wil be incredibly fast.

Realtime Data Sync

OpenFire supports full-blown realtime data pushes that is significantly faster than communicating trough HTTP. User have a older browser like IE7 or some crappy browser like that? Fine, then we use long-polling!

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Latest News

Inside OpenFire: An overview on how it works.

The purpose of this post is to give insights about the workings under the hood of OpenFire and assumes you already know about it’s existence. Never heard of OpenFire? See: http://codebuffet.co/2014/09/08/announcing-openfire-revolutionary-database-backend-server/ for a introduction. How does it work? I like to learn by example, and that’s what we are going to do here. The way […]
Author: peter
Posted: September 15, 2014, 8:08 am

Announcing OpenFire Beta: Revolutionary database & backend-server

I’m a big fan of Firebase and services alike. I used it at the first hackathon I participated in. They make front-end development so easy and blurs the borders between development and production in such way that you don’t have to worry about it. Focus on the contents of your software! For people unfamiliar with […]
Author: peter
Posted: September 8, 2014, 12:49 pm