We have two great Meetups this week in NYC. David Sleight from ProPublica will talk about “Jekyll in the Newsroom” and beforehand, I’ll give an introduction to static site generators and what’s happening in the ecosystem.
We’re building a hackable CMS for Jekyll and Hugo sites. A CMS that allows you to strip out the non-essential clutter from your UI and Front Matter Templates are the first step in this direction. This is handy if your pages use a lot of front matter fields.
Ain’t CMS is a proof-of-concept for a new kind of content
management system unveiled at Git Merge
2016. It’s still a work in progress, but you can start hacking
on it here. Ain’t
CMS was created by Ryan Hodson, a web developer and marketer at CloudFlare. I’d love to hear what
you think, so please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directus is a headless CMS and API for managing your project’s database content – not your development process. Create database architectures based on specific project needs, design websites and applications without any limitations, and follow any development workflow you prefer.