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Bookmarks tagged with “headless”

23 bookmarks by garrettc


A javascript rendering service — Splash 3.5 documentation

Splash is a javascript rendering service. It’s a lightweight web browser with an HTTP API, implemented in Python 3 using Twisted and QT5.

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Content infrastructure vs. Headless and decoupled CMS

The essential guide to content infrastructure vs. headless and decoupled CMSs

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Headless CMS Scenarios: This Is Not Your Traditional CMS!

"The traditional CMS systems were built to manage websites. Headless CMS, however, represents a universal building block that can be used in any scenarios that involve content."

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Headless CMS comparison for 2019

"With the raise of popularity of single-page application (SPA), we can separate front-end and back-end completely."

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7 (not so secret) secrets about headless CMS

"Having problems understanding the concept of headless CMS? Cracking these secrets might help you understand what it is."

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What is a headless CMS

Good overview from Prismic

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Headless API CMS for both developers and marketers - Prismic

"Prismic helps developers and marketers/content managers to work on websites and apps together: 1) Developers can focus on code and never touch content 2) Content teams can change and create pages independently· Compatible with React, Angular, Node, Laravel, Rails, vanilla JS/PHP/Ruby"

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BackstopJS - Visual regression testing

"BackstopJS automates visual regression testing of your responsive web UI by comparing DOM screenshots over time."

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Headless

headlessCMS is a leaderboard of the top Content Management Systems for JAMstack sites. Promoting a static approach to building websites.

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Rest Easy Part 3: Now Filter This

"In the third installment of REST Easy, our RESTful module tutorial series, we’ll take a look at how to filter your API endpoints for results, a great feature that brings in the power of Entity Field Query for your APIs."

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Decoupling Drupal Without Losing Your Head — Part 2

"This post will walk you through the process from planning to prototyping to developing, theming, and QAing the final product."

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REST Easy Part 1: And the RESTful is up to you!

"In this series I will take you through developing a REST API with Drupal 7 and the RESTful module. We’ll make sure you have a solid foundation and build up the API one step at a time."

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Decoupled CMS

Why “Going Headless” is becoming so popular.

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Making reactive Headless Drupal 8 interfaces with Meteor

"Meteor is a JavaScript framework that enables developers to quickly create reactive, highly accessible applications. Drupal is a great content management system that makes it really easy to create well-structured content models and interact with data. Why not combine the two and let Drupal provide Meteor with semantic data with Meteor rendering that data in a reactive way?"

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Building a Self-Documenting REST API

"…any API is only as good as its documentation. Wouldn't it be great if Drupal could build out this documentation for us – and keep it current as we make changes?"

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Forking Todo Restful with Backbone.Marionette

Luke Herrington shares his experience with integrating an existing Drupal backend with a Backbone.Marionette Todo app.

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Should you Decouple?

A Common Sense Guide to Headless Drupal

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Nobackend

"noBackend is an approach to decouple apps from backends, by abstracting backend tasks with frontend code (Dreamcode). This allows frontend developers to focus on user experience and gives backend developers more flexibility on the implementation side."

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Decoupling Drupal

Using Drupal to build a headless CMS engine, with Elasticsearch for storage, and Silex as a frontend.

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