React, etc. Tech Stack

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Overview for cms

Gentics Mesh, a capable Open Source Headless CMS built on OrientDB

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The headless CMS market is exploding, and there are some interesting open source alternatives like Directus and soon GraphCMS. Contentful is in the lead for proprietary options, but there is room for open source. Another new option is GraphQL enabled Gentics Mesh.

Written by Jorgé on Thursday January 18, 2018

Keystone Node.js CMS receives React powered UI in 4.0 Beta

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Keystone.js is a contemporary alternative to simple content management needs. The tool is written in JavaScript and runs on the Node.js platform. You can think of it as a more contemporary version of WordPress. In it's latest 4.0 version the tool gets a React powered UI.

Written by Jorgé on Friday November 4, 2016

Headless CMS with React.js

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Headless CMS is a concept that has been a topic that has been in the limelight for some years now. Essentially this means that a content management system will simply provide a feed of content that is then consumed by clients written JavaScript or other languages.

Written by Jorgé on Saturday September 24, 2016

Looking for a Node.js CMS for an Enterprise?

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The Node.js server side environment for running JavaScript has taken the web development world by storm. It is used by millions of developers for creating web applications. The most common use for web development is still publishing information, using a WCMS (Web Content Management System).

Written by Jorgé on Sunday May 29, 2016

GraphQL is SQL for Knowledge, not Data

Graph Databases are becoming more common place in social media, dta processing, content management and other applications developed by millions of people around the world. There are query languages like Cypher for Neo4j, etc. But who does Graphs better than Facebook? Arguably no-body. This is why GraphQL, now Open Sourced by Facebook could be the SQL of Knowledge.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday September 15, 2015