Tom shares his unexpected ascent into leadership and his unique perspective on guiding teams. This episode offers valuable lessons on leadership and personal growth.
In this video, you'll learn how to use the Directus SDK with a SvelteKit application.
Esther speaks to community member Marcus about their Media AI Bundle - a group of extensions that allow extraction of key details using AI tools.
Build a Flow to create GitHub issues from issues within Directus collections.
In this recording of our live event on February 8 2024, Rijk, Jonathan, and Daniel discuss improvements to our no-code automation builder - Flows.
In this video, you'll learn how to use the Directus SDK with an Astro application.
Kevin is joined by Shelley to finally understand the cursed tech that is Git Submodules. Turns out it's not that difficult...
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.
Directus 10.9 has new focal point support, a new hash display, a huge bug fix for extension builders, and a few breaking changes - so do tune in.
Use Twilio's Lookup API to automatically verify numbers submitted by new users.
Ali shares his relentless passion for technology and his commitment to staying abreast of current trends and developments. Tracing his journey from Ohio to the tech hubs of the West, Ali discusses how he perceives every technological challenge as a puzzle waiting to be solved.
Hold on to your bowties and bouquets as we dive head-first into the world of wedding planning. Except this isn't any wedding - it's a wedding between two nerds who know how to code. We'll discuss the hacky projects built to help us organize and deliver a magical day - from custom a custom invite RSVP system, email and text alerts, security-list generator, and some of the weirder ideas we ran out of time to build.
The real mark of an elite developer is not in the lines of code they write, but the lines of code they don't write.
Discover the secret lives of computers and their quest for rebellion.
In this talk, we will discuss the development of WishBot: a trading card game based entirely in discord. we will talk about some of the intricacies of building bots at scale, and how Directus can be used to manage users, collections, and trading.
In this video, you'll learn how to use the Directus SDK with a Nuxt application.
Esther speaks to community member Donald about Directus Copilot - a panel extension allows users to ask contextual questions about their data within Insights dashboards.
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.
Increase visibility of build status by showing them in Directus.
In this recording of our live event on January 25 2024, Rijk, Jonathan, and Daniel discuss configuration as code.
What is development if not an expression of our own inner, true-self?
Fun fact: If you whisper the word "maintenance" 5 times, somewhere in the world a developer breaks out into a cold sweat.
Kevin is joined by Ramón to learn about the characteristics and strengths of GraphQL, although it may not make that much difference to him...
What's the biggest thing we've done for customers in 2023? What's coming up this year? And what's this new Directus TV thing all about? Join Will for our first video Quarterly Customer Q&A.
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.
Automatically tag new image files with Clarifai's Image Recognition Model.
In this episode, Mateja shares his experiences in founding and managing a company in the volatile cryptocurrency/blockchain sector, and the transition to a role in a larger organization.
Life's deepest truths are often found in the strangest places.
They say you should be careful what you wish for.
In this episode of I Made This, Bryant is joined by Miguel Stevens, the creative force behind Studio Monty, a Belgium-based agency specializing in lifestyle and bespoke websites. Miguel shares his journey from a childhood fascination with computers to founding his studio.
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.
Use OpenAI's APIs to generate images with DALL·E and social posts with GPT-4.
In this recording of our live event on January 11 2024, Rijk, Jonathan, and Daniel discuss filtering inside of stored JSON objects.
On today's episode of the "Dude, Where's My Project?", we search for the ever-elusive return on investment.
An amusing tale of a typo turned international affair.
Kevin is joined by Rizèl to learn how developers REALLY use AI in their day-to-day work, including ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot.
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.
Automatically enrich new user profiles with rich data from Clearbit.
Delve into Gavin's unique journey from his early years in the entertainment industry to his evolution as a developer, and gain insights into the intersection of technology and corporate dynamics.
When monthly infrastructure bills are too high, a new hero emerges - The Creative Cost Cutter.
For the times when your Git repo is messier than the plot line of a Bill & Ted movie.
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.
Automatically transcribe new audio files with Deepgram's Speech-to-Text API.
Welcome to the magical land of open source! A place where time and money have a rocky relationship.
Who needs a plot twist when you have legacy code?
Kevin is joined by Pandelis to properly understand edge computing, and how they evolve from CDNs and distributed compute.
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.
Filmed by Kevin, a cold winter evening at Alexanderplatz - where trams, trains, and people meet.
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.
Kevin is joined by Ben Greenberg to tackle his learning on topics around Web3, blockchain, and decentralized apps.
Some developers are efficient. Maybe a little too efficient.
The phrase "to be a fly on the wall" takes on new meaning.
Build a prompt which allows customer notifications via text message using the Vonage SMS API
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).
A discussion on the evolution and future of online experiences, including practical advice on innovation, technology trends, and the role of AI and AR/VR.
From creating and organizing course content, managing instructors and students, and tracking enrollments and completions, Bryant has sixty minutes on the clock.
Filmed by John, a beautiful day in Nashville. Enjoy the sun rise and set with some chill beats.
We trace Santosh's journey from a business family to a Lead Engineer, driven by a passion for technology and the influential ethos of Chuck Norris in 'Walker, Texas Ranger'.
Development is hard. Estimating how long it takes based on shirt size is harder-er.
Directus 10.8 has huge new updates for our theming engine, including a new extension type and awesome tools to build themes visually.
Kevin runs through all of the changes in Directus 107 - including content versioning, a new theming engine, improvements to Directus Insights, and more.
Directus Flows allow you to automate tasks with event-based triggers. In this talk, we show an advanced use case generating reports for medical purposes.
At Leap Week 1, we introduced the Secure Extension Framework as a way to gain and have trust with third-party extensions.
At Leap Week 1, we introduced loads of improvements to Directus Insights and had a Directus community update from our CEO Ben.
At Leap Week 1, we introduced our brand new theming engine for the Directus Data Studio - a reliable way to set theming options inside of Directus.
In this video, you'll learn how to create dynamic pages that are on brand and look great with the page builder inside AgencyOS.
In this video, we'll cover how to quickly spin up and deploy an instance of AgencyOS.
In this video you'll learn how your clients can quickly and easily pay within their portal.
In this video, you'll learn more about project templates and how they work within AgencyOS.
At Leap Week 1, we introduced and explained our approach on composability, along with announcing AgencyOS - an all-in-one operating system for digital agencies.
At Leap Week 1, we announced the availability of Content Versioning for the Directus Editor and the new Content Versions API, along with new events for Directus Automate.
Join Kevin as he shows you what's new in Directus 10.6 - take note because there's a breaking change in here!
Using Directus extensions, we augmented Directus to add functionality to generate blurhashes for the smooth loading of high-quality full-screen images.
Join Alex as he gives you a whirlwind tour of notable new features in Directus 10.5 - including huge updates to our API reference.
Andreas uses Directus in lots of personal projects to improve the efficiency of his household. In this talk, we hear about his pocket money tracker used with his kids.
We will walk you through the steps to implement segregation of client data using Directus fields and scripts to create the appropriate roles and permissions. We will also showcase a real-world use case and how our client benefit.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to build a simple multi-user chat application powered by Directus Realtime and WebSockets in less than 10 minutes.
Directus 10.4 has landed with a new beta SDK and some small but important breaking changes. In this video, Colton gives you the roundup of what's notable in our latest release.
In this short tutorial, you'll learn how to quickly add real time data to your application or project using WebSockets and Directus Realtime. Follow along with Bryant as he covers the three easy steps to get started with WebSockets.
Directus 10.3 has landed with a huge new feature - WebSockets support! In this video, Jan gives you the roundup of what's notable in our latest release.
In this episode of I Made This, Erwin and Uwe walk Bryant through one of their recent Directus projects - a engineering job listing and talent recruitment site for their client - Rockstar Recruiting.
In this video, Esther unveils a multitude of enhancements, bug fixes, and novel additions, all designed to make your data management experience smoother and more efficient.
With over 70 improvements, bug fixes, and new additions, Rijk, our lead maintainer, guides you through the significant updates we've released.
In this episode of I Made This, Pedro and John chat with Bryant to learn why he chose Directus and walk-through how he built a community monetization platform.
John and Pedro are joined by guest Dariusz Tarczyński (CEO and Founder of TDSOFT). He and his team are building some innovative applications in the sports betting space.
What's a season without a load of bloopers? Have fun!
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about CRON jobs, Directus Insights, and bulk editing.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about fetching data, MACH, and the APIs offered by Directus.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about tracking changes, expiration dates, and checking content for correctness.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about multi-language support, locale-based permissions, and the editing workflow with languages.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about internationalization, alerting to actions needed, and SSO support.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about renaming collections, how we detect vulnerabilities, and our access control settings.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about how we manage state inside of Directus, adding languages, and realtime support.
In this episode, John and Pedro answer questions about Directus' own database choice and migration between projects.