Invite other users to your projects and assign them to different roles.
Use unlimited number of languages to manage your content for multiple markets.
Audit log and history to track when your content has been changed.
Filter your content with an advanced query language.
Define which and when content will be published and is accessible from the API.
Create access keys for client applications, e.g. your website or mobile application.
Rich editors to manage the content in multiple ways, like markdown maps and html editors.
Upload media files and link them to your content.
Using squidex enables us to have a worry-free and fast management of our dynamic website content and even for business-related configurations. With the easy REST API, we included it within an hour in our application and had the content management available for our non technical people, without having to build an administration UI.
The support is very quick and we even got new features we needed for free in a short period of time. We strongly recommend it to other developers to get a fast, reliable and smooth solution.
Squidex allowed us to extend our materials platform with rich content quickly.
The API is intuitive and easy to use, which allowed us to incorporate it in exactly the way we wanted - which ultimately helps us to deliver more value to our customers by educating them about materials and their usage.
In case of any issues, support was always nice and helpful.
Squidex stands out above every other content management system. It is powerful, flexible and simple to use. Even better, it is very easy to extend to meet the needs of our clients.
Sebastian has been fantastic to work with, from providing support to constantly adding new features and improving performance.
We would recommend Squidex to anyone looking for an api first content management system.
Squidex offers us a flexible and easy to use content management system as a service. With the API driven approach we can easily create our own front-end website in our preferred technology stack.
We highly recommend it when creating your blog, landingpage or product catalogus.
When I ran Squidex I was radically impressed with how feature complete, attractive and stable it was compared to other offerings. In addition, it fit our architecture perfectly with support for MongoDb and advanced clustering.
We’re running multiple nodes in production and it’s been lightening fast and worry free.
The non-programmers love the simplicity of the UI and the access to data previously unavailable for them to admin.
The first step is to define the structure of your content. For each content type you define a schema. For example a blog post might have the following fields: A title, a description and a the text.For each field you can define you want to edit it and validation rules to keep your data consistent.
Create and manage your content in the management portal and publish the content if you are ready to go. All activity is tracked and deleting a content means just hiding it. You’ll never irreversible lose data again.
Once the content is created you can consume it from your client applications. For example from your mobile application, a website or just another server. We create a swagger document for your schemas and an API documentation. Of course you can also create, update or delete content from your clients.
Our biggest update to date, 3.0, has officially been rolled out onto the cloud this week and we are super stoked about it. The major update comes filled with brand new features designed specifically for teams using Squidex’s CMS.
One of my personal goals for this year is to write a blog post each month to show you the previous updates.
In this post I will talk about the updates in December 2018 and January 2019.
So far the Squidex blog is hosted on medium and it is a nice platform to attract users and to get readers, but the big downside is, that we also want to have the content directly on our site to improve the SEO ranking. In this blog post we tell you how we have done it.