Follow Bryant as he embarks on missions to speed-build apps using Directus, within a tight limit of just 60 minutes. Armed with Directus and any other essential tools, his goal is to either fully develop the app's core functionality, or make significant progress, within the allotted hour.Play Latest Episode
Expensify is an expense management tool that tracks receipts, rolls them up into business reports and documents, and handles the approval workflow. Bryant has one hour to build it (or die trying).
From creating and organizing course content, managing instructors and students, and tracking enrollments and completions, Bryant has sixty minutes on the clock.
Gifting platforms are how we get goodies in the hands of community members and customers. Bryant needs to figure out how to manage products, build pages to handle the giveaways, and manage fulfillment.
Building multi-user is a common convention when building Software as a Service. Bryant has an hour to build a todo app which manages users, teams, and ensures data can only be accessed within a team.
Join Bryant as he tackles creation of a product information management system to manage and distribute product data to e-commerce channels. He has one hour to build the data model, add some data, and create an integration to automatically push products to Shopify.
What if you could build an app that builds itself? That's the question Bryant seeks to answer in one hour on this AI themed episode. Follow along as he builds a custom Directus extension that connects with the OpenAI GPT-4 API and updates the projects underlying data model based on a simple prompt.
Every thriving community needs a home. Dive right in alongside Bryant and he builds a community platform inspired by Circle. He races against the clock to build an engaging and interactive community space in just one hour.
It's Bryant vs the streaming giant – Netflix – in this exciting episode. He has just one hour to build an app that replicates the core functionalities of the video streaming service.
Food delivery apps exploded during the pandemic. But what does it take to actually build one? Follow along with Bryant as he has 60 minutes on the clock to build a backend, create a menu, and place an order in his Doordash clone.
Can Bryant follow AirBnb's trajectory from scrappy startup to short term rental royalty – and build an AirBnb clone in one hour or less? Follow along as he attempts to builds a complete backend and frontend to manage rental listings, bookings, hosts, and more.