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CMS for SPAs (1 of 4): Are Single Page Applications and Headless CMS a Slam Dunk?

From web-based applications like Gmail, Instagram, and Google Maps to websites like The New York Times and Facebook, real-world examples of Single Page Applications (SPA) are everywhere you look. Developers have been turning to SPA frameworks and architectures to create better, more usable, richer applications for their users. Nearly every Content Management System (CMS) out there purports to support SPA frameworks and architectures. In this blog series, we’ll look at SPA use in the CMS space to learn more about what’s working, what’s not and what we can do about it. Let’s jump in.

Working with Crafter Studio’s API

CrafterCMS is a decoupled CMS composed multiple microservices where content authoring and content delivery capabilities and services are separated into their own distinct, subsystems. Organizations often want to interact with the content authoring a

Get the Names of Sites Running in Crafter Engine and Return it them as JSON

From time to time developers want to be able to get a list of tenants on a given Crafter Engine.  A tenant is equivalent to a project in Crafter.  That project may be a website, a content app, a headless content API or any one of 1000

Patterns for Integrating 3rd Party Content in Your CMS

There are often times when you will want to integrate content in your site that does not ORIGINATE in your content management system.  In this article we’ll look at a few high level patterns for integration and discuss the pros and cons of each

Querying Content in CrafterCMS

Types of Content Queries CrafterCMS supports 3 specific types of content queries: Cross content Lucene/Solr queries. This enables you to query any/all content objects, by any group of properties.) Filtered Structural Queries. This enables you to que

Building Angular2 Single Page Applications with CrafterCMS

Single Page Applications (SPA) are quickly becoming the industry standard for HTML5 based applications and responsive websites because they tend to be more user friendly, feel faster and are more responsive. As with most applications today, SPA’s fre