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Is GraphQL the Next API Standard for CMS?

GraphQL has enjoyed tremendous growth in popularity, becoming a de'jour standard in the development community with bindings for well over 15 languages and pluggability with many backends. While GraphQL was never designed to be an API standard for CMS platforms, it may be one of the best things to happen for APIs for content management. Is GraphQL the Next API Standard for CMS?

Building and Optimizing Multi-Channel Digital Experiences

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:

Using War Overlays with Crafter Engine

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

Content Management Meets DevOps (Part 1 of 2) How a Git-based CMS Improves Content Authoring and Publishing

Traditional CMS platforms based on SQL and JCR repositories have begun to show major signs of weakness in keeping up with today’s demands for a high rate of innovation and rapid scalable deployment on modern elastic architectures. This is nowhere mor

Web CMS Architectures: Coupled, Decoupled, or Headless?

Generally speaking there are two main types of Web/Experience Content Management System (CMS) architectures: coupled and decoupled.  Historically the term “coupled” has referred to the relationship between the authoring tools