Five Reasons Why You Should Use a Git-based CMS (Part 1 of 5)

Crafter CMS is a revolutionary open source digital experience platform based on Git. Crafter CMS solves problems from scalability and performance to ease of innovation that has existed in the CMS space for more than 20 years. What makes Crafter CM

Working with url interceptor/servlet filters in Crafter CMS

A filter in Crafter is a Groovy-based controller that allows you to intercept inbound requests for content and API responses and dynamically apply rules, modify the request or transform the response. A Crafter Filter has the same interface and me

Create Spring Beans in Your Site with Crafter CMS

Crafter CMS supports scripting in Groovy. It’s awesome. It’s lightweight. It’s fast. It’s easy. That said when solutions start to become more sophisticated developers need ways to manage the complexity. Spring bean factory is an inversion of con

Match Highlighting for Search in Crafter CMS

Highlighting search terms in search results is a common requirement for many websites. Crafter CMS builds on top of Apache Solr and make implementing rich search and other query-driven experiences super simple. In this tutorial, we’ll create a si

Crafter CMS Step through Debugging

Most CMS platforms do a decent job of simplifying content and digital experience creation and editing for non-technical content managers. The challenges really start once you need to innovate and development is required. Traditionally CMS platform

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 different kind

Working with Content as XML/DOM in Crafter CMS

In a previous article (Querying Content in Crafter CMS) we talked about how you can query content in Crafter using content and search services. Under the hood, Crafter CMS saves all of the content you create through the authoring interface (Crafter

Working with Your First Crafter CMS Website

This article assumes that you have followed the steps in the Cafter CMS Quick Start Guide to get Crafter CMS installed and logged in to Crafter Studio. We will be using an out-of-the-box blueprint, called “Website_Editorial” to create your first web

Building and Running Crafter CMS from Source. It’s Simple!

Crafter CMS is an open source content management system for Web sites, mobile apps, VR and more. You can learn more about Crafter here. In this article you will learn how to build Crafter CMS from source as well as how to start and stop the servi

Great Crafter CMS Webinars

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