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LoopBack makes it easy to build modern API applications that require complex integrations.

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LoopBack makes it easy to build modern applications that require complex integrations.

  • Fast, small, powerful, extensible core
  • Generate real APIs with a single command
  • Define your data and endpoints with OpenAPI
  • No maintenance of generated code

Status: General Availability

LoopBack 4 GA (General Availability) has been released in October 2018, read more in the announcement post.

The documentation website is https://loopback.io/doc/en/lb4/.

Learn about the latest and greatest features and technologies in LoopBack 4 by using it for your next project. Start by having a look at Getting Started.

Check the API documentation for all the API usages in each package.

Long Term Support

We don't provide any LTS version for LoopBack 4 yet. Please join the discussion in loopback-next#4398 if you are interested in a version that's less frequently changed.

We are providing Maintenance support for LoopBack 3 until December 2020.

VersionStatusPublishedEOL
LoopBack 4CurrentOct 2018Apr 2023 (minimum)
LoopBack 3End-of-LifeDec 2016Dec 2020
LoopBack 2End-of-LifeJul 2014Apr 2019

Please refer to our Long Term Support Policy for more details.

Installation

Make sure you have the following installed:

Install LoopBack 4 CLI to help create new projects as follows:

npm i -g @loopback/cli

To create your first LoopBack 4 application, see Getting Started.

Documentation

Contributing

See the following resources to get you started:

You can join the team by posting a comment to issue #110.

Security

If you think you have discovered a new security issue with any StrongLoop package, please do not report it on GitHub. Instead, send an email to reachsl@us.ibm.com with a full description and steps to reproduce.

See SECURITY.md for more details.

Team

Project Architects

Raymond Feng
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Project Maintainers

Diana LauJanny HouHage Yaapa
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Agnes LinMario EstradaHugo Da Roit
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Dominique EmondDenny BarteltDouglas McConnachie
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Rifa AchrinzaFrancisco BucetaMatthew Schnee
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Nora AbdelgadirMadakyNico Flaig
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