Netlify CMS | Open-Source Content Management System


119 bookmarks. First posted by martinbalfanz march 2017.


Literally your wish has been granted friend.

More to come as well, as we work towards an…
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8 days ago by timerickson
Holy heck, I can't believe I'm only just learning about CMS. Heaven is real, and it's on github!
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10 days ago by rafaelconde
Netlify CMS is an open-source React app that acts as a wrapper for the Git workflow, using the GitHub API.
cms  react 
18 days ago by jhafner
Neat WYSIWYG CMS which uses Git as a storage backend.
cms  editor  git  static  react 
19 days ago by mjlassila
Open-source CMS for your git workflow
cms  git  blogging  framework  static  webdev 
10 weeks ago by brettveenstra
Writers can focus on writing. Editors can approve content and publish with ease. Developers can use their favorite tools and libraries. Netlify CMS keeps all of their contributions together, in Git.
netlify  static  web  resources 
september 2017 by jasonsamuels
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 Find out…
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august 2017 by trhall
That'd be a pretty sweet combo. Personally I'm interested in
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august 2017 by joecritchley
A CMS for static site generators. Give non-technical users a simple way to edit and add content to any site built with a static site generator.
https://github.com/netlify/netlify-cms
cms 
june 2017 by fiatjaf
Snazzy-looking CMS for static site generators. So you have a nice web-based GUI to manage your site, but the backend is just a Jekyll or similar thing.
cms  staticsite  jekyll  githubpages 
june 2017 by eimajenthat
Turn Git into a CMS
cms  git 
april 2017 by stephaniehobson
Open-Source Content Management System
web  dev  tool  cms 
april 2017 by dowonkang
An open-source CMS for your Git workflow. 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. In essence, Netlify CMS is an open-source React app that acts as a wrapper for the Git workflow, using the GitHub API. This allows collaborators to create, edit, review, and publish content without writing code or dealing with version control, and it allows developers to manage this content with familiar build tools and the convenience of Git.
git  cms  static  editor  react  reactjs  content  web  staticweb 
april 2017 by dlkinney
An open-source CMS for your Git workflow Content management in a single-page app Built in React.js with extensible components Integrate with any build tool Plug…
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march 2017 by michaelfox
Even in the budding realm of the JAMstack and static site generators, developers have a variety “headless” CMS options to choose from ... We aim to do for the JAMstack what WordPress did for dynamic sites back in the day. In other words, we want to build a CMS that is open-source but fully-featured and production-ready, that’s as easy to customize as it is to use, and that developers and content editors can build a community around.
cms  web_dev 
march 2017 by zephyr777
Writers can focus on writing. Editors can approve content and publish with ease. Developers can use their favorite tools and libraries. Netlify CMS keeps all of their contributions together, in Git.
git  wd  wd-cms  wd-cms--netlify 
march 2017 by ericwbailey
An open-source CMS for your Git workflow
cms  git 
march 2017 by thebestsophist
An open-source CMS for your Git workflow
static  react  cms 
march 2017 by linuslundahl
nice static site-generator with rich javascript interaction
git  editor  cms  blog  static  site-generator  webdev  ux 
march 2017 by plaxx
Netlify CMS | Open-Source Content Management System As seen on... Writers can focus on writing. Editors can approve content and publish with ease. Developers can use their favorite tools and libraries. Netlify CMS keeps all of their contributions together, in Git. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  blogging  cms  git  opensource  programming  writing 
march 2017 by jeremyday