The New GraphCMS

Original GraphQL CMS, reimagined ✨

4.8/5
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GraphCMS is the 100% GraphQL content management system with both read and write support. Powerful content APIs are only a “drag and drop” away. Fully controllable via mutations if code is more your thing!

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25 Reviews4.8/5

Love GraphCMS for content heavy apps with complex relationships...makes building an API with rich content a real joy that takes so little time people will say wow.

Pros:

Great documentation. Great support. Great UI.

Cons:

Lack of value add integrations (ie search, auth, analytics, apis) in core product.

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Mark TuckerAlexa Champion, Developer, Speaker

Quick to get started

Saves development teams time and money in the long run

Pros:

Works for web, mobile, and more

Define schema of content

Powerful GraphCMS queries

Content authors have access

Cons:

Needs more control of roles and who can access

Needs customized editors for content

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Scott SpenceWeb Developer. Just In Time learner.

Awesome! Go use it!

Now!!!

Pros:

Not every other CMS on the planet

Cons:

none

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Dave HannesStarting Kids Investing Early.

perfect fit for us and our team

Pros:

awesome

Cons:

none yet

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George RomasFull stack developer

First project - create model - first, second, third... - Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 400 () and infinity progress bar on the page. Very nice. At the same time status page of the app says "Up and running"!

Pros:

API first CMS. Support for free tier users in the chat.

Cons:

Unstable

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Michael Lukaszczyk
Maker
Co-Founder at GraphCMS
Hey George, sorry to hear that your first experience didn't go that well! We have identified some issues and added a ton of tests since we launched. I hope you'll try again soon!
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Remember to have the samples follow the actual product, so you don't scare people away because of code that doesn't work :)

Pros:

Cool product, easy to use,

Cons:

Examples are behind the actual code. You want to browse the github repo to get the react apollo blog sample working, and look at the post.js

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