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Help FastAPI - Get Help

Do you like FastAPI?

Would you like to help FastAPI, other users, and the author?

Or would you like to get help with FastAPI?

There are very simple ways to help (several involve just one or two clicks).

And there are several ways to get help too.

Star FastAPI in GitHub

You can "star" FastAPI in GitHub (clicking the star button at the top right):

By adding a star, other users will be able to find it more easily and see that it has been already useful for others.

Watch the GitHub repository for releases

You can "watch" FastAPI in GitHub (clicking the "watch" button at the top right):

There you can select "Releases only".

Doing it, you will receive notifications (in your email) whenever there's a new release (a new version) of FastAPI with bug fixes and new features.

Join the chat

Join the chat at

Join the chat on Gitter:

There you can ask quick questions, help others, share ideas, etc.

Connect with the author

You can connect with me (Sebastián Ramírez / tiangolo), the author.

You can:

Tweet about FastAPI

Tweet about FastAPI and let me and others know why you like it.

Let me know how are you using FastAPI

I love to hear about how FastAPI is being used, what have you liked in it, in which project/company are you using it, etc.

You can let me know:

Vote for FastAPI

Help others with issues in GitHub

You can see existing issues and try and help others.

Watch the GitHub repository

You can "watch" FastAPI in GitHub (clicking the "watch" button at the top right):

If you select "Watching" instead of "Releases only", you will receive notifications when someone creates a new issue.

Then you can try and help them solving those issues.

Create issues

You can create a new issue in the GitHub repository, for example to:

  • Report a bug/issue.
  • Suggest a new feature.
  • Ask a question.

Create a Pull Request

You can create a Pull Request, for example:

  • To fix a typo you found on the documentation.
  • To propose new documentation sections.
  • To fix an existing issue/bug.
  • To add a new feature.

You can also financially support the author (me) through GitHub sponsors.

There you could buy me a coffee ☕️ to say thanks 😄.