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@wbce-d9/directus9

v10.1.1

Published

Directus is a real-time API and App dashboard for managing SQL database content

Downloads

276

Readme

This repository is a fork of the Directus 9. Directus 9 was under GPLv3 license and so is this repository. As Directus 10 is now a premium open-source software, this repository aims to maintain a standard openSource version of Directus 9. This repository is not bound to the directus core team.

Scope of the fork

Our main goal with this repository is to release security updates and some fixes of the directus 9 version. All contributions are welcome.

:exclamation: :construction_worker: The documentation is provided in the state it was for the directus 9 version and has link toward the directus platform. However the directus platform is now in v10 and the informations you can find there may not be reliable for the v9.

Introduction

Directus 9 is a free and open-source data platform for headless content management. It can be installed on top of any new or existing SQL database, instantly providing a dynamic API (REST+GraphQL) and accompanying App for managing content. Built entirely in TypeScript (in Node and Vue), Directus is completely modular and end-to-end extensible... with absolutely no paywalls or artificial limitations.

Modern and intuitive, the Directus App enables no-code data discovery, allowing for even the most non-technical users to view, author, and manage your raw database content. Our performant and flexible API is able to adapt to any relational schema, and includes rule-based permissions, event/web hooks, custom endpoints, numerous auth options, configurable storage adapters, and much more.

Current database support includes: PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, MS-SQL Server, OracleDB, MariaDB, and variants such as AWS Aurora/Redshift or Google Cloud Platform SQL.

Learn more at...

All the following links are for Directus v10 ; contribution are welcome to make specific documentation for the Directus 9

Installing

Directus requires NodeJS 10+.

Install Directus9 :

npm install @wbce-d9/directus9

Or using yarn:

yarn install @wbce-d9/directus9

Create a new project with our simple CLI tool:

npx directus init

The above command will create a directory with your project name, then walk you through the database configuration and creation of your first admin user.

Updating

To update an existing Directus project, navigate to your project directory and run:

npm update

Migrating from [email protected]^ to @[email protected]^

You need to change your dependencies :

  1. In package.json
"directus":9.0.0^ --> "@wbce-d9/directus9": 9.0.0^
"@directus/some-package" --> "@wbce-d9/some-package"
  1. Update your dependencies :
npm update
  1. If you have some code :
import {...} from "directus"
import {...} from "@directus/some-package"

should become :

import {...} from "@wbce-d9/directus9"
import {...} from "@wbce-d9/some-package"
  1. You don't have to do any changes to your databases. Directus9 use the same schema as [email protected]^. As a consequence, you don't need other changes than the three steps below.

Contributing

Please report any and all issues on our GitHub.

Pull-requests are more than welcome, and always appreciated. Please be sure to read our Contributors Guide before starting work on a new feature/fix, or reach out a member of the Core Team via GitHub or Discord with any questions.

Supporting

This is a fork of directus9. We welcome contribution and no support is asked.

License

Directus is released under the GPLv3 license. Monospace Inc owns all Directus trademarks, logos, and intellectual property on behalf of our project's community. Copyright © 2004-2020, Monospace Inc.

This repository is a fork of the Directus 9. Directus 9 was under GPLv3 license and so is this repository. As Directus 10 is now a premium open-source software, this repository aims to maintain a standard openSource version of Directus 9. This repository is not bound to the directus core team.