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Platform Features
Let’s figure out what an app is made of πŸ—
Here it is the top-level diagram of app's parts (πŸ”΅ blue ones are included into Directual, βšͺ️ white ones are external):

Directual platform modules

  • ​Database.
  • Backend-logic. Real-time and scheduled scenarios (streaming processing) and reports (batch jobs).
  • Role-based access control (in other wordsβ€”identity management). External identity providers can be connected with (Google auth, Facebook auth, Open ID, MetaMask, and WalletConnect)
  • API-layer. Including API-endpoints and Webhooks.
  • Integrations. Any third-part service that has a REST-API. Plus blockchains.
  • ​Web-portal. Clear and mobile-friendly web-portal. Ideal for admin portals and internal apps.

These app parts (if there are such) could be developed using different platforms or technologies:

  • Custom Web-app. There is variety of frameworks that can be integrated with Directual: React JS, Angular, Vue.js, JQuery, Vanilla JS. Or, you can use such site builders as Webflow, Tilda, Squarespace, etc. Directual web-pages can be embedded in any web-page. Also, Directual provides the boilerplate for React JS.
  • Mobile app: iOS or Android app can use API-methods configured on Directual.
  • Other no-code tools (e.g. Adalo, Bubble, Draftbit, AppGyver, etc.)
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