Server SDKs


Access to synchronized data is not limited to just mobile clients. Realm Platform offers support for server-side access via the following mechanisms:

You can use these mechanisms to query or write to the synchronized Realms, opening up possibilities for server-side integrations, logic, or pushing changes to mobile clients. In general, a good way to think about server-side functionality is as if it were a special "server-side client" participating in data sync just like mobile clients, but has trusted access to all application data.

Admin User

Realm Platform's user authentication supports the concept of an admin user. These users automatically have full read/write access to all synchronized Realms. Typically, when building server-side logic you will set the identity in the server-side client code as an admin user. For more information on admin users see the guide in the user authentication section:


Both Realm Javascript and Realm .Net support server-side environments. The API remains the same, allowing you to login with an admin user and then open any synchronized Realm.


Realm Javascript supports any 64-bit Linux running Glibc 2.12 or newer, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, or CentOS.

Simply install Realm via NPM:

npm install realm

Then create a script that logs in with an admin user and open any synchronized Realm:

var Realm = require('realm');
const server_address = "INSERT SERVER ADDRESS";
async function main() {
const adminUser = await Realm.Sync.User.login(`https://${server_address}`, 'admin', 'password');
const realm = await{
sync: {
user: adminUser,
url: `realms://${server_address}/aRealm`,
// Use the Realm for querying or writing to push data to clients

For more information consult the Realm Javascript SDK documentation.


Realm .NET supports running .NET Core and .NET Framework apps on Windows Server 2012 or later, as well as all Linux distributions that .NET Core supports.

Simply install Realm via NuGet:

Install-Package Realm

Note: The dotnet command line tool is not supported when building for .NET Core. Please use Visual Studio or the msbuild command line tool to build your project.

Then, create a file called FodyWeavers.xml in the root of your project and populate it with the following content:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Realm />

Finally, log in as an admin user and open any synchronized Realm:

const string ServerUrl = "MY-SERVER-URL"
async Task UseRealm()
var credentials = Credentials.UsernamePassword("admin", "password", createUser: false);
var adminUser = await User.LoginAsync(credentials, new Uri($"https://{ServerUrl}"));
var configuration = new FullSyncConfiguration(new Uri("/aRealm", UriKind.Relative), adminUser)
IsDynamic = true
var realm = await Realm.GetInstanceAsync(configuration);
// Use the Realm for querying or writing to push data to clients
static void Main()
// Make sure to use a thread with a synchronization context in order
// to ensure that task continuations will be dispatched on the same
// thread. In this example, we're using AsyncContext Nito.AsyncEx
// package:
AsyncContext.Run(() => UseRealm());

For more information consult the Realm .NET SDK documentation.


Realm Platform's GraphQL support is designed for use with both front-end Javascript applications and in server-side environments which lack a dedicated Realm SDK. For example, you could use the GraphQL API to query for data in a server-side Java application or to write changes from a Python script. Given that GraphQL is just a query language for an underlying HTTP API, you can manually create the API calls or use existing libraries.

For more information on Realm Platform's GraphQL support consult the full documentation:

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