TinaCMS, when coupled with Gatsby, gives us to ability to manipulate our markdown files directly on our pages, visually. TinaCMS also works with Next.js, but here we’ll explore this powerful new tool with a Gatsby site.
I did some research and discovered that a headless CMS is exactly what I need. It gives me an interface to write my blog posts along with the ability to deliver it anywhere I want. That sounds good, but which one do I go for? I know there are a lot of options out there.
WordPress can work as an excellent back-end platform for your next native app, especially if it is content-driven or an online shop. In this article, you will learn the foundations for building mobile apps with React Native and WordPress.
Strapi is an open source, self-hosted Node.js headless CMS, which makes it a great option for setting up a Gatsby site. On this episode, David Kartuzinski (https://twitter.com/kai_dawei) joins to teach us how to set up Strapi from scratch to power a Gatsby site.
This talk will show how to use Netlify CMS with a Gatsby-based site, to build high-performant and infinitely-scalable sites with git-based content editing, a user friendly UI, and live browser previews - all without a backend.