I love the flexibility of GraphCMS. It's meant to be a headless CMS, and it thrives at that, but don't get it twisted. GraphCMS can be a super powerful GraphQL database. I use it for my administrative tables, as well as for other projects.
Jordan S. Director of Product Growth
Easy to set up and get started with. Versatile content modeling with flexible model relations and on-fly changes without the need or worry about API, GraphQL obviously, and a cherry on top - included CDN with image transformation. Oh wait, there are two cherries on top, Netlify integration being the other.
The best thing is flexibility. It's easy to add new fields, content types, etc. We've been using it for some time now for several customer sites; all implemented using gatsby.
Headless-content management, and it solves that problem greatly. GraphCMS is the ideal way to fetch content and they make it very easy to build your schema, add your content, and fetch it in your site.
Drew B.Software Engineer
Our team uses GraphCMS to push breaking news stories to our project's webpage. The project is a part of a large non-profit initiative and the goal is to feature current content (news stories, celebrity endorsements). Authors are able to quickly add content to the CMS without sacrificing the high quality our readers expect.
Matthew F. Manager, Social Good
A content delivery network (CDN) is a globally distributed group of servers that allow for quick transfer of assets. CDNs reduce hosting bandwidth and can improve security by pulling content closer to website visitors.