Webiny Documentation

Learn how to install, use and customize Webiny through a set of guides and tutorials.

New to Webiny?

The getting started guide will help you setup your environment, create and then deploy your first Webiny project.



Learn about how to customize and build on top of existing Webiny products.

Headless CMS

Learn how to create plugins and customize the Headless CMS experience to your content needs. From extending the built-in GraphQL capabilities to modifying the editorial experience.

Page Builder

Learn how to introduce custom dynamic and interactive elements to the Page Builder editor, how to theme the layouts to your brand and how to modify the editor UI to better match the needs of your content creators.

File Manager

Webiny's File Manager is a scalable DAM solution - in this section, you'll learn how you can add additional meta information to your file entries, introduce support for new file types, or even replace the File Manager with a custom DAM.

Form Builder

In this section, you'll learn how to customize the layout and visual aspects of your forms.

Admin Area

The Admin Area is an app inside which all other apps live. You can white-label the UI to match the brand of your customer, introduce new apps into the menu, modify the start page, and more.


Development with Webiny

If you're only starting your development journey with Webiny, make sure to check out these resources.

Video training course

For developers just getting started with Webiny, we've prepared a short onboarding video course to help you take your first step in development with Webiny.

Core development concepts

Once you're past the basics of how to develop with Webiny, this category of articles is a good next step.

You'll learn about the core concepts such as the watch command, project organization, the CLI utility and more.

Customize and extend

Learn how to extend the GraphQL API, CLI utility, add custom routes to the Lambda function, intercept requests or customize the built-in Lexical editor.

CI/CD setup

If you need to configure and deploy Webiny from a CI/CD environment, follow this guide.

Security Framework

Webiny has a simple, but powerful security framework that allows you to integrate with different SSO systems as well as customize the authentication and authorization flows.

Background tasks

Webiny supports long-running tasks that are executed in the background. In this set of articles, you'll learn how to leverage this mechanism inside your own custom plugins and apps built inside Webiny.


Additional resources

Check out some of the additional resources to learn more and to engage closer with our community.

User guides

Guides to help non-technical users master Webiny and many of its features.

Release notes

Check out the latest updates and how to upgrade Webiny to the latest version.

Company handbook

We are a company made of brilliant individuals. If you want to learn more about what drives us and we think about the purpose of Webiny, check out our company handbook.


We're proud to be an open-source project and our community is a great place to connect with other like-minded individuals that are using Webiny.