In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to launch, configure and sign in to Crafter's AWS AMIs for Crafter Engine, the delivery component of Crafter CMS and wire it to a Crafter Authoring instance to host deployed Crafter sites.
It’s almost 2019 and we couldn’t be more excited with what’s in store for Crafter CMS in the coming months. What’s on the roadmap? Here is a quick summary of five main areas of focus that we know will help Crafter to remain the best CMS platform for innovative organizations.
Over the last few years, the internet has undergone a tremendous amount of fundamental change in its landscape, and we are now entering into a new reality with today’s Web. This change is driven by five major trends:
Great DevOps helps us build better software products faster. One of the key elements of DevOps is automation within the development process across lower development environments. Jenkins, Bamboo, Travis and many other platforms like them a
Content authoring and software development are both a major part of producing today’s digital experiences. Learn how to integrate Crafter CMS with your GitLab based source control and development process.
Crafter Engine, the delivery component of Crafter CMS is completely programmable with scripted Groovy. You never have to write a lick of Java if you don’t want to. Even dependencies can be managed with Ivy and Grapes.
That said, from time to tim
Crafter’s Git based CMS supports developers working against remote repositories like Github, Gitlab, Bitbucket, and others. Many organizations that use Github enforce a two-factor authentication for developers. This article shows you how to create