Directual is a full-stack no-code platform that is great for launching web and web3 apps of any complexity and scale.
Directual is a full-stack no-code platform that allows you to easily launch web and web3 apps of any complexity and scale. With Directual, you can build and deploy your app's MVP quickly and efficiently, without the need for coding. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, Directual provides the scalability and flexibility you need to take your app to the next level. Say goodbye to limits and hello to endless possibilities with Directual!
Learn how to use Directual effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Find all applications linked to my account."
Prompt 2: "Search for information about existing structures in a specific application."
Prompt 3: "Create a new table in Directual with the following fields: id, name, email."
Prompt 4: "Get all available actions supported by Directual."
Prompt 5: "Preview a scenario for a specific application and table."
Features and commands
|This command retrieves all applications linked to the user's account.|
|This command provides information about existing structures (tables) in a specific application. You need to specify the application sysName and the table name.|
|This command allows you to create a new structure or table in Directual. You need to specify the application sysName and provide the structure name, sysName, and fields. You can also choose to create an associated API endpoint.|
|This command retrieves all available actions supported by Directual.|
|This command allows you to preview a scenario for a specific application and table. You need to specify the application sysName and the table sysName.|
|This command retrieves information about all API endpoints in a chosen application. You need to specify the application sysName.|
|This command allows you to create an API endpoint. You need to specify the application sysName, the table sysName, and provide a description of the API endpoint.|
|This command allows you to create a web page endpoint. You need to specify the application sysName and provide a description, title, and URL path for the web page. You can also add HTML text or link it to an existing API endpoint.|