Directual, like any no-code platform, has its own pros and cons. Long story short: we’re perfect for scaling, back-end heavy stuff, and web3! Oh, and see all these competitors? We integrate with them really well. Combine for maximum effect.
Web3 is being touted as the future of the Internet. This new vision of the blockchain-based web includes cryptocurrencies, NFTs, DAOs, decentralized finance, and more. Both Directual and Bildr are Web3-enabled, but who is the Boss of all things Web3? Let's find out.
It’s likely you’ve asked yourself a question: both Directual and Bubble can help me build what I want. Which is one better? In this short comparison article, we’ll have an unbiased (yes indeed, we like Bubble ourselves!) look at how these two solutions compare.
Airtable is one of the pioneers on the no-code market. Using that “spreadsheet on steroids” a lot of people are automating such processes as CRM or applications collection. Airtable seems to be almost ideal table view for your data. But it is not almighty. Today we will figure out in which cases Airtable complements Directual capabilities and in which—it is reasonable to migrate your project from Airtable to Directual completely
Low-code is one of the most dynamic markets. New products and platforms appear every month. The essential point is that those low-code platforms can have absolutely different purposes and features. Amazon has recently announced Honeycode—a no-code mobile and web app builder. In this post we’ll figure out how Directual differs from Honeycode.