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All changes in Squidex are handled by a versioning system. This makes it possible to compare different versions of your content and to roll back to a previous version. It also provides the audit log, so that you can see who did what and when.
Our versioning system also enables it to react to changes in the system. So you can trigger external systems when a content is changed and also post your blog to Medium or create a tweet automatically.
We know that companies can have very complicated rules who can create, review or publish content. With our compelling workflow system you can implement your rules in Squidex.
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, friendly and helpful.
Squidex is a very developer friendly CMS. Not only do you get a lots of options but you can actually run it all on your own premise and infrastructure. Together with the admin interface this made Squidex very appealing to us.
The documentation is excellent and you can get started using Squidex before finishing a cup of coffee. Squidex is evolving and with every update the interface becomes easier and better to use.
The support is great where the Squidex team tries to help whenever they can. Even going as far as providing detailed debugging help.
We have chosen Squidex as the solution to replace a legacy keystone.
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 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.
If you have subscribed to a newsletter of another startup you have very likely received an email with a summary about the year 2019. It was all exciting and awesome. New features have been developed, people have been hired and sales have gone up. But honestly this is boring. There are so many challenges you have to face as a new company and in this article I would like to talk about ours.
One of the most requested feature in Squidex are folders for assets and perhaps contents as well and it is in our priority list one of the top-most item. But unfortunately it has not been handled yet, and here is why:
Developers have a love-hate relationship with documentation. We love it when a project or piece of software has a good documentation, that explains the architecture, has good setup instructions and just describes everything that needs to be documented. But we hate to write documentation by ourself. We have chosen a programming language because a normal language is so verbose and imprecise.
We are so happy to announce the big October update. This will bring in so many new features that you should grab a cup of coffee first to be ready for this blog post.