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Skapi is a backend API Library for HTML Frontend. Now you can build fullstack web applications directly from your HTML frontend without the need for a backend server deployment.

Compatible with both vanilla HTML and SPA projects

No fancy framework or complex deployment required. Just focused on the basics, Skapi is a single JavaScript library fully compatible with vanilla HTML, as well as any frontend frameworks.

All-in-One Package

Skapi provides all the backend features you need for your web application out of the box, without the need to set up or maintain any backend servers.

  • Authentication
  • Database
  • File Storage
  • CDN
  • Automated Email Systems
  • Realtime Messaging
  • API Bridge for 3rd party API's
  • Hosting

Getting Started

1. Create a service

  1. Signup for an account at
  2. Log in and create a new service from the My Services page.

2. Initialize the Skapi library

Skapi is compatible with both vanilla HTML and webpack-based projects (ex. Vue, React, Angular... etc). You need to import the library using the <script> tag or install via npm.

For HTML projects:

For vanilla HTML projects, import Skapi in the script tag, and initialize the library.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<script src=""></script>
    const skapi = new Skapi('service_id', 'owner_id');

Be sure to replace 'service_id' and 'owner_id' with the actual values of your service

For more information, check out our documentation.

For SPA projects:

To use Skapi in a SPA projects (such as Vue, React, or Angular), you can install skapi-js via npm.

$ npm i skapi-js

Then, import the library into your main JavaScript file.

// main.js
import { Skapi } from 'skapi-js';
const skapi = new Skapi('service_id', 'owner_id');

export { skapi }

// Now you can import skapi from anywhere in your project.

3. Test your connection

After you initialized the Skapi library, you can test your connection by pinging your request with the mock() method.

Below is an example of how you can use the mock() method in both HTML forms and JavaScript code.

<!-- index.html -->
<!DOCTYPE html>
<script src=""></script>
    const skapi = new Skapi('service_id', 'owner_id');

<form onsubmit='skapi.mock(event).then(ping=>alert(ping.msg))'>
    <input name='msg' placeholder='Test message'>
    <input type='submit' value='Test Connection'>

This will send a request to your Skapi service and ping back the response. When the request is resolved, the mock() method will return the response data as a Promise object. The response data will be displayed in an alert box.

For more information, check out our documentation.

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