Do you like DatoCMS but you created your project with Contentful? No problem, we released contentful-to-datocms, a Node.js-based CLI tool that copies all content from a Contentful space to a DatoCMS site.
A better review history and huge discount for your modular content blocks.
Latest news released by DatoCMS.
Find out what changed lately in DatoCMS: multiple environments, custom collection ordering, content versioning, roles and granular permissions for users and much more!
We're excited to announce a new, easier and faster way to get started with DatoCMS. Just sign up and connect your Github and Netlify account: we'll take care of the rest. Read more in this article!
DatoCMS is graduating out of beta: read everything about our brand-new premium plans!
A quick step-by-step guide to develop your first DatoCMS website with Middleman and Netlify as hosting platform.
Also this month has been full of awesome new features and integrations: take a look at all the details in this article!
In DatoCMS you can now save changes to a record without committing it to be published. Read everything about this big change.
Do you love Gatbsy.js? We too! So we realeased this plugin.
A new feature just landed into DatoCMS: the ability to manage multiple billing profiles within the same account!
Starting from March 31th, images and files uploaded to DatoCMS will no longer be served from the domain dato-images.imgix.net, but from a new domain: www.datocms-assets.com. If your website is using an outdated version of our JS or Ruby clients, you need to to upgrade your project dependencies or images on your website will stop being served. Let's take a look at the details in this article.
Image galleries, videos, quotes... learn how to achieve rich-content editing with DatoCMS.
A quick step-by-step guide to develop your first DatoCMS website with Jekyll and Netlify as hosting platform.
A highly anticipated feature just landed on DatoCMS: the ability to generate custom (and permanent) slugs for your Items. Read more about all the details in this in-depth article.
We just shipped a long awaited feature: support for Markdown content.