We're announcing today loads of exciting things we've been busily working on, plus feedback from our Product Hunt launch.
Webiny, as I'm sure you realize by now, is much more than a Headless CMS: Not every CMS can scale to tens of thousands of users, serve content for millions of website pages and application interfaces, and be as easily customizable as Webiny is.
To help educate and inform our audience, we launched on Product Hunt with a new campaign around the value we bring to organizations: not just to to engineering teams, but to content authors, management teams and others.
The campaign went really well, we received some great feedback, found some new fans, and booked calls with companies who are trying to discover a better solution for their content problems.
— Mitch Pirtle, co-founder of Joomla CMS
We now have over 30 writers contributing articles on a dizzying array of different technologies. We're really hoping these articles will help more people become familiar with Webiny and build uniquely different things with it. Here's some of this month's highlights:
- Build a Job Board Application with Vue.js and GraphQL — by Chrissy
- Build a Job Board with React and GraphQL — by Taminoturoko
The following tutorial is more technical and also covers how to upload documents from a separate application to our File Manager using the
- Build a Photo Gallery with Nuxt.js — by Miracle Thank you to our fantastic community for writing with Webiny!
We've also received some requested content via our community: Brendan and Daniel both would like to see an article that covers building a monorepo with Webiny and Next.JS, so that teams can share code between Webiny and their frontend, and potentially use the same deployment mechanisms we have.
Can you write this article? We'd love to hear from you: DM Swapnil or Ben in the community Slack channel.
Webiny v5.33.0 has just been published. This release will see a massive 30+ PRs merged, addressing some issues raised by community members, and some we found ourselves!
We're carefully planning some pretty exciting major new features to be released over the next quarter, which you'll hear about before anyone else if you join our Slack channel.
One of the problems we've been trying to solve is how to open Webiny up to new audiences without having to initialize a new instance locally, then deploy it to AWS.
Well, we're pleased to tell you we've solved it.
Complete the form linked below and you'll have immediate access to your own Webiny demo instance that's persistent, that will allow you to check out our complete product without installing a single thing, or setting up any credentials.
Thank you once again for being part of the amazing community we have.
For us, seeing how you and your teams are not only enabled by the product we build, but also motivated by the support we invest in you, makes all the effort worthwhile.