Product Update: April 2021
Introducing the new user model, a new commerce starter, open sourcing the SDK, and community updates.
We've just rolled out our September product release, and here's everything you need to know about it!
REVIEW, etc. before publishing content to the
deleteentries in batches from your content view.
Users can now create more content stages besides the
PUBLISHED stage. This allows publishing content into additional destination stages based on your workflows, to accomplish flows like
QA, etc. depending on your preferences.
You can easily set up different preview environments like preview.example.com or qa.example.com that will then fetch only content from the configured stages. Content from different stages can be queried using the
stage parameter in a GraphQL query, or by simply setting up custom a permanent auth token with a custom stage used for default delivery.
You can find more information on content stages in the docs.
Editors are now able to easily overwrite multiple content entries at once, saving time when doing many things on the fly. Seamlessly
delete entries in batches from your content view.
We've made several tweaks and improvements across the board:
Colby Fayock dropped his much-anticipated eBook - the Jamstack Handbook.
In his book, Colby helps you get started on the Jamstack with a deep dive into the topic, including tons of guides, context, and resources - including how to create a Jamstack website with a GraphQL API using Gatsby, Netlify, and GraphCMS.
Oluwole worked on an absolute firecracker of a portfolio for Habeeb Bombata, using GraphCMS, ReactJS, Lottie, and GraphQL. The portfolio is brilliantly made, and we highly recommend checking it out!
Animations: Oshomah Abubakar
Design: Habeeb Bombata
As part of his ongoing NextJS course, Arunoda took to streaming his experience with GraphCMS, and played around with the API explorer and query builder a little bit. According to him - its extremely easy to get a hang of, even if you "know nothing about GraphQL"!