Topic: cms

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Astro

Astro is a web framework designed for creating content-driven websites. It’s recognized for powering some of the fastest websites on the internet, including a range of applications from client-side web apps to dynamic API endpoints. The framework offers versatility and is capable of handling various types of web development needs. The framework boasts a next-generation … continue reading

Optimizely adds Content Graph service to CMS to enable more seamless content delivery

The content management system (CMS) provider Optimizely has announced the release of its Content Graph service, which will make it easier for developers to deliver content within their applications. This was first introduced in beta last year and is now generally available to all CMS customers.  Content Graph acts as an on-demand content library to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Strapi

Strapi is an open-source headless CMS written entirely in JavaScript that enables developers to design APIs fast and to manage content easily through a customizable admin panel and API, as well as custom plugins.  The API works with any client, mobile apps, or even IoT devices using REST or GraphQL. The Content Type structure can … continue reading

Drupal 9 improves the Drupal upgrade process

The latest version of the open-source content management system (CMS) Drupal is now available. Drupal 9 is the first major release in five years. It introduces a number of new features and offers an enhanced user experience, with the biggest change being an improved upgrade process, the Drupal team explained. This release adds a number … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Ghost

The open-source blogging CMS with a modern intuitive editor and built-in SEO features just reached version 3.0. Ghost 3.0 integrates publishing<>subscriptions, which allows anyone to build a recurring revenue subscription business. The tool is managed by the not-for-profit Ghost Foundation. The developers of Ghost explained they embrace the JAMstack movement, which prefers to generate a … continue reading

Serverless technology is bringing CMS out of the past, says Scrivito

The world is shifting to the cloud, but web content management systems (CMS) are still stuck in the past. Even the easy WYSIWG editors are limited in features. Developers are forced to constantly fill out form fields, preview their work, and regularly patch CMS installations. In an age where organizations are trying to innovate to … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: Netlify CMS

When it comes to content management systems (CMS), developers and writers have plenty of options to chose from. With Netlify CMS, its creators hope to “carve a different niche,” and build a CMS that is open-source, fully-featured, production-ready, and easy for developers and content editors to use. Netlify, the platform for automating web projects, created … continue reading sparks innovation with new Community platform and Internet of APIs Awards aims to boost innovation and foster a creative developer culture with its new Community, which consists of technical and semi-technical users with an understanding of automation and integration., a digital automation platform, is known for its integration tool Flow, which lets developers and non-developers connect with an API builder. Flow … continue reading Protection Status