With GraphCMS, developers build essential infrastructure for their digital products in a matter of minutes. Meanwhile, content creators have all the tools they need to manage their content.

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Hello Product Hunt! And thanks a lot for the hunt @erictwillis! After a year of blood, sweat and tears we are excited to announce that we finally launched our GraphQL CMS today. GraphCMS enables developers to build powerful content APIs in a matter of minutes, while it gives content editors all the tools they need to manage their content. The hosted content APIs can then be easily consumed by websites, apps or any other platform or partner. We want to enable developers and content editors to easily create the best content rich apps they can think of, without having to struggle with REST-APIs. We are very proud of the result, even though the product is still in an early stage. Product hunters, we have a special deal for you! Use the coupon code 'producthunt' to get a 50% discount for one year (no annual subscription necessary)! The coupon code can be redeemed while switching to a paid plan in the web app (this offer is valid until August 15th). Also we just uploaded a quick tutorial on YouTube, enjoy: https://youtu.be/plbJolNkn_c Cheers, Michael Lukaszczyk
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Huge congrats on the launch! 👏 GraphCMS is the perfect for everyone who wants to migrate from Wordpress to a modern GraphQL based stack!
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@_schickling Thanks a lot - GraphQL all the things! That's true, it's a great tool for devs that want to enter the headless space. The product can also be seen as content microservice, as it fits in any tool chain dealing with content.
@_schickling How can we combine Graphcool with GraphCMS :)
@_schickling @nthtran That is still up for discussion, but we keep this in mind!
really like the product, simple but powerful (despite the complexity of the field), awesome onboarding, interactive and simple, love it! Cannot wait to play more with it, thanks for the free plan!
@grexe Thank you very much again. Please let us know if we can help you.
@flexzuu just out of curiousity, but do you use any 3rd party lib for the onboarding, or is it all custom built?
@grexe I used react-popover as ground-work and build our onboarding arround that. I will be investing some time to make it rock solid. Currently u can get stuck in some edgecases.
This is awesome and the product looks slick! Great work! Quick question on the GraphQL endpoint though. Is it read only or could you write data as well?
Hey @artyom_chelbayev, thanks a lot! You can easily write data (or content) via the generated GraphQL-Endpoint as well! So the API works in both directions. The permission system will give you full control over create, read, update and delete operations on your API.
@m_lukaszczyk Great, thank you! Sounds like there's a lot of flexibility already built-in, looking forward to it!
Looks pretty neat. Good luck.
@danr_4 Thanks a lot! Please let me know if you have any questions.