Netlify CMS

An open-source CMS for your Git workflow

#5 Product of the DayMarch 17, 2017

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    PengFounder, PSD Wizard
    Pros: 

    neat, non-bloated admin panel, full control on custom fields

    Cons: 

    learning curve if you are a WordPress developer

    Best combo we've used for https://psdwizard.com/ to build a fast performing and SEO friendly site. Tech stack: netlify + netlify CMS + react-static + github. Netlify CMS requires zero maintenance - never worry about security upgrades, hosting, or performance.

    Peng has used this product for one month.

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Ben TossellHunter@bentossell · newCo
Give non-technical users a simple way to edit and add content to any site built with a static site generator From the site: Content management in a single-page app Built in React.js with extensible components Integrate with any build tool Plug in to any static site generator
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Brian Douglas@bdougieyo · engineer
Just want to point that this project is open source, so if there is something that you wish it did you can open an issue or PR 👉🏾 https://github.com/netlify/netli...
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Jeffrey Wyman@jeffrey_wyman · At the intersection of Tech and Business
I really like what netlify is doing, been following them for some time. they also offer free hosting for open source!
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Mathias Biilmann@biilmann · Founder, Netlify
One of the Maker's here (waiting for approval). There's a ton of cool things going on in the space of headless CMSs (we have a list at http://headlesscms.org/), but we felt a strong need for a strong open-source offering that works across all the static build tools that people are working with and integrates into the git centric workflow that developers lives in. We just helped Smashing Magazine transition from Worpdress/Shopify/Rails/Kirby to a unified front-end built with [Hugo](https://gohugo.io) and Netlify CMS, so we know this approach can work even for larger publications like that, and we're super excited to push this forward and develop it in the open.
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Bakhtiyor@hbakhtiyor
@biilmann Hope you'll write article about this experience
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Chris Chinchilla@chrischinch
I wrote a little something about my experiments with Netlify CMS https://dzone.com/articles/addin...