Introduction Crafter CMS is an open source CMS with a Git-based repository that enables developers, content authors, and ops to work together collaboratively to deliver stunning personalized, multi-channel experiences faster and easier than eve
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GatsbyJS is a ReactJS and GraphQL based Static Site Generator that is great for developers and Ops but what about the content creators? Content Creators what in-context features like preview, point-n-click editing and drag-n-drop. Crafter CMS and Gatsby provide the solution.
In this article we cover the various ways you can install Crafter CMS with pointers to resources and documentation as well as step-by-step instructions for installing Crafter CMS via a simple download.
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.