Brain  Crist

Brain Crist

1598824800

Scott Tries StoryBlok - Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

In this edition of Scott Tries Web Services, I try https://www.storyblok.com
Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

As always checkout Level Up Tutorials here: https://www.leveluptutorials.com/

and listen to myself and Wes Bos on Syntax here: https://syntax.fm/

Disclaimer - This was not paid for in any way by any service mentioned in this video, these are my honest real-time opinions.

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Scott Tries StoryBlok - Headless CMS with a Visual Editor
Brain  Crist

Brain Crist

1598824800

Scott Tries StoryBlok - Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

In this edition of Scott Tries Web Services, I try https://www.storyblok.com
Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

As always checkout Level Up Tutorials here: https://www.leveluptutorials.com/

and listen to myself and Wes Bos on Syntax here: https://syntax.fm/

Disclaimer - This was not paid for in any way by any service mentioned in this video, these are my honest real-time opinions.

#code #visual studio code #visual studio

Aarna Davis

Aarna Davis

1622794592

Comparative Analysis of Top 10 Famous CMS Platforms in 2021

Comparing Top 10 Popular CMS platforms for website development such as WordPress, Wix, Drupal 8.1, Joomla 3.5 to choose the best.

Read this blog here:
https://www.intercoolstudio.com/a-comparative-analysis-of-top-10-popular-cms-platforms/

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Marcelle  Smith

Marcelle Smith

1597061580

Introduction to API-First CMS with Directus' Open Source, Headless CMS

“Off with their heads!”

The frontend developers’ call to arms echoed throughout the realm. All across the Internet lands, monolithic, traditional CMS shivered.

Seriously though, we’re finally going to discuss API-first CMS—aka decoupled/headless CMS—on the blog.

From GitHub forks to email inquiries, we’ve noticed an increasing interest in “going headless” in general, but also for e-commerce purpose. So today, we’re going to:

  1. Discuss the whatwhy and when of API-first CMS.
  2. Show how to code a transactional web app with content managed in Directus, an open source headless CMS.

More specifically, I’ll explain how to build a lookbook using a full JAMstack: Metalsmith, Vue.js, Snipcart, and Directus. I’ll even throw in an open source code repo & live demo. :)

First, let’s try to understand how API-first CMS can add value to your workflow.

“API” still sound like a kind of beer to you? Read this smooth primer first.

What is an API-first, headless CMS? Why use one?

Like traditional content management systems, API-first CMS let users manage content through a web UI. So how do they differ?

API-first CMS allow developers to decouple content management from content rendering. A coupled CMS, like WordPress, takes care of both: content is stored in a backend database AND rendered in frontend templates using HTML/CSS. So the “head” that’s missing from a headless CMS is actually that final “presentation layer”:

Unlike a traditional CMS, an API-first CMS exposes its content data via a consumable API.

Your headless CMS isn’t concerned about how you choose to display content. It pushes raw content (e.g. JSON or XML) for you to fetch and display anywhere: mobile app, static site, web app, desktop app, IoT device… or all of these at once!

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Headless CMS architecture

So why have they become popular? Why are companies like the NY Times, Lenovo, Spotify, Nike, Apple, Microsoft & New Relic using them?

Because the web has evolved! Frontend tooling & frameworks have exploded. Traditional CMS have become limited in how they display content and are prone to many security exploitsCross-platform content management has become essential to many projects. Static site generators have resurfaced, opening a content management gap API-first CMS could fill, saving non-technical folks from editing Markdown files.

We have many tools and channels to build digital experiences today.

With headless CMS, content can seamlessly follow different forms, not be limited by one.

API-first CMS: Benefits

  • Organizations save time & money: reduction of overhead for cross-platform content management.
  • Developers get more freedom: ditching CMS templates makes for authentic UX. Fewer worries about backend scalability and maintenance.
  • Content is future-proof: reduced impact of migrations & re-designs since content is decoupled from frontend.
  • In some cases, more performance: content is pre-baked and ready to be served.

API-first CMS make for a clear separation of concerns which enhances developer productivity. They foster a technology-agnostic approach to development that resonates with our own product’s values. If you’re interested, we have an in-depth tutorial on decoupling data with Vue.js in the frontend.

Drawbacks

Most potential drawbacks (supporting user permissions, multi-languages, etc.) have already been solved. Still, a few potential issues worth mentioning:

  • Might be overkill for a simple website project.
  • Might not provide responsive UI for on-the-go content management.
  • Might not support website tree architecture for content navigation.
  • Might be expensive for client budget.

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Elias  Ortiz

Elias Ortiz

1615430940

Scott Tries StoryBlok - Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

In this edition of Scott Tries Web Services, I try https://www.storyblok.com Headless CMS with a Visual Editor

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Arvel  Parker

Arvel Parker

1591177440

Visual Analytics and Advanced Data Visualization

Visual Analytics is the scientific visualization to emerge an idea to present data in such a way so that it could be easily determined by anyone.

It gives an idea to the human mind to directly interact with interactive visuals which could help in making decisions easy and fast.

Visual Analytics basically breaks the complex data in a simple way.

The human brain is fast and is built to process things faster. So Data visualization provides its way to make things easy for students, researchers, mathematicians, scientists e

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