A solution stack for a sustainable future.

By empowering people and organizations anywhere in the world to control and share their data and the applications they build with it without giving up their digital freedom, Corteza aims to increase humankind’s ability to respond quickly and effectively to the varied challenges the world faces and, in so doing, give the world a platform to overcome these challenges and work itself towards a sustainable future.

Corteza is a 100% open-source, fully standardized low-code app development, business process, integration and data harmonization platform.

Corteza’s backend is built in Golang, the multi-threaded computing language developed by Google to build and manage its application infrastructure. Its front end is written in Vue.js, a lightweight JavaScript framework. Corteza uses W3C standards and formats wherever possible and all Corteza components are accessible via RestAPI. Corteza is cloud-native and deploys via Docker containers.

Corteza is licensed under an Apache 2.0 license and is, and always will be, freely available to all.

Corteza was conceived and created by Planet Crust, which continues to maintain and develop Corteza and is Corteza’s primary contributor.

Latest Releases

Corteza 2021.9.7 has been released. It includes the following updates, improvements and changes. Fixed: Fixed set expression function to properly handle types provided by workflow execution (f42d707). Fixed OIDC provider scope string issue (b1572e1). Fixed workflow issues with invoker/runner (c4d80b88). Fixed resource translations for content and automation page blocks (8a8cf42e).

Corteza 2021.9.6 has been released. It includes the following updates, improvements and changes. Added: Added support for RTL direction. Added support for additional arguments when invoking automation scripts via API (91eb88d2). Added support for resource translation on select field options (c72902a8). Added support for SAML signed requests (5e4486c7, 7ec02f6e).

Corteza 2021.9.5 has been released. It includes a long list of updates and improvements. Important upgrade notes: The record import via the import CLI command requires you to provide module field definitions along with the record import definitions. The constraint will be lifted in future patch releases. Added: Role security (forbidden, permitted, forced) on external […]