Tagged: cms

The Most Disruptive CMSs of 2020

In an age where content is playing a key role in the scalability and management of one’s presence online, succeeding in your business journey is almost impossible without a reliable Content Management System (‘CMS’)....

Next.js Website Boilerplate

Check out this website boilerplate built on Next.js and Cosmic JS. It satisfies some common website requirements including dynamic pages, blog articles, author management, SEO ability, contact form and website search. Read the full...

Powering a React + Next.js Blog With Cosmic JS

TLDR; Cosmic JS provides an excellent backend for blogs. It is a fully-featured content management system (CMS) with an intuitive user interface that a non-technical client can use to manage their site content. Read...

How to Build a Simple Blog Using Node.js

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a simple blog using Node.js and Cosmic JS. This is going to be the fastest and most light-weight blog you have ever created....

Hacker Noon Product Update 2019-2020

Now that we’re a few days into 2020, it’s time to take a few steps back and reflect on some of our accomplishments from 2019. First of all, I’d like to thank the community...

Responsive Web Design Checklist for 2020

As smartphones and mobile devices continue to remain as the most widely-used platforms to access the internet, businesses pay extra attention to ensure that users get a seamless experience while accessing their websites on...

Headless CMS and SEO: Technical Best Practices

Competing for prime placements in SERPs have a bad reputation for being overly complicated. However, the core fundamentals for making it into the top 3 results on Search Engines, heavily depend on mastering the...

Tina is not a CMS

We’re excited to announce TinaCMS: an open-source site editing toolkit for React-based sites (Gatsby and Next.js). See the announcement video at JAMstack Conf SF (the demo starts at 3:45). Read the full story Read more

How Do Filters Work In WordPress

To be very honest, I’ve been developing for WordPress for quite some time (more than a year) but the idea of filters and actions still unclear to me. So recently, I decided to solve...