Who uses Directual and why?
What can be built on the platform?
Let’s have a look at the figure from Stateofjs 2019 research:
React has attracted quite an army of fans (~150k stars on GitHub). Most of them are loyal—71.7% of all the web-developers have used React and would use it again. Let’s figure out why:
Indeed, React seems to be the right choice to create an app with sophisticated UI keeping the best possible performance. But any app (if it’s more than a landing-page) needs a backend part too!
And here we are! Directual covers all the needs in backend development:
One might say that there are some JS-frameworks for setting up a backend as well. Yes, there are. That is why Directual turns out to be much better:
We prepared boilerplate-code for ReactJS. You can investigate its code on GitHub (it uses React hooks). Feel free to use this boilerplate in your projects, it is open source.
There are following pieces of functionality which could help you to get up and running quickly:
These pieces of functionality are reusable for any React template as well!
Typically, frontend is a graphical user interface of a website that allows users to view and interact with the website or with the mobile app.
Yes, you can. Directual and React are a perfect match. React is a great choice for building the frontend, while Directual is perfect for handling the backend.
Join 10,000+ no-coders using Directual and create something you can be proud of—both faster and cheaper than ever before. It’s easy to start thanks to the visual development UI, and just as easy to scale with powerful, enterprise-grade databases and backend.