Christmas is not here yet but DatoCMS has already a gift for you, Scheduled publishing.
DatoCMS is still growing. In the last months, we released several improvements to make it a better tool for any editorial need. We received so many feedbacks from our clients and partners, and we worked hard to release new features that enable multiple editorial teams to work together with developers and marketers to build and manage contents in a comfortable, easy and secure way.
To explain how you can make the most out of DatoCMS roles, we’re going to run through a real-world example where setting proper permissions is vital for the project itself.
We chose to change our pricing model. No more record limits and new prices based on variables that you can actually define at the start of a new project: pay for complexity, not quantity.
Summertime didn’t stop DatoCMS progress, in fact we’re proud to announce two important new features and other changes that improve the quality of usage of DatoCMS.
Change is a part of progress. The new dashboard is here to bring progress and make everything smoother.
In DatoCMS you can now save changes to a record without committing it to be published. Read everything about this big change.
Here you can find some easy instructions on how to recreate the inverse relations plugin in DatoCMS.
Possibly the single most-anticipated feature for DatoCMS ever, is finally here: DatoCMS plugins. Learn how to install them and create new ones.
Tabular views and filters are a couple of features designed to improve content management for anyone using DatoCMS.
If you have some projects that are currently using Wordpress you can now import them to DatoCMS in a pretty simple way.
A step-by-step tutorial on how to create a static e-commerce website using Snipcart on a Gatsby and DatoCMS project.
Building an app on DatoCMS is now much way more efficient thanks to the new Content Delivery API and its integration with GraphQL
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.