Serverless technology is bringing CMS out of the past

By Philippe Bodart | Created on February 20, 2018

The world is shifting to the cloud, but web content management systems like Wordpress are stuck in the past.

Why modern marketers and digital producers are going headless

By Philippe Bodart | Created on February 1, 2018

Every once in a while, a technology comes out that radically changes what developers can build for my fellow marketers. We hear about it at a periphery. Until we see the cool case studies though, it doesn’t mean anything to us. It’s just code and repos, which basically translates to “stuff that doesn’t help me meet my KPIs.”I’m going to highlight a technology that allows marketers and web producers to be more creative and reach more people, IF we’re willing to part with our traditional tools and ways of thinking.It’s time to lose your head. Figuratively speaking, of course. It’s time to use headless content management technologies.

Static Websites with Headless WordPress via REST API

By Philippe Bodart | Created on January 12, 2018

Static websites are great but they still need some kind of content management system. And committing Markdown files to GitHub isnt a friendly option for the majority of users including developers. So we end up using tools such as Prose, Netlify CMS or Contentful for the editing interface, user authentication and handling the media files. Usually it [] Readmore

The Benefits Of A Headless CMS

By Philippe Bodart | Created on November 28, 2017

Business users are looking to publish content updates and affect all sites and applications that use this content. This is where a headless CMS shines.

Load time, static site generators & SEO: How we lowered our own site’s load time by 74%

By Philippe Bodart | Created on August 23, 2017

Google has raised the bar on site load times consistently over the last decade, and the upcoming transition to mobile-first indexing, combined with its rising expectations of mobile site performance, should be a clear warning sign to site owners.

What Do I Do: Static Websites or Wordpress?

By Philippe Bodart | Created on August 22, 2017

Two Paths There are essentially two famous techniques to take whilst making a decision to construct an internet site. You can go along with a static HTML internet site or a Content Management System (CMS) which include WordPress or Joomla. If youre new to constructing and coping with web sites, then you might wonder what

Disrupting Authoring: The Oldest Trick in the Web CMS Book

By Philippe Bodart | Created on August 3, 2017

When an industry has been around for decades, it naturally goes through waves of change. As content management grew from a way to manage static sites to the backbone of the whole enterprise experience, it’s evolved with market needs. Interfaces got ...

Static Website CMS

By Philippe Bodart | Created on July 26, 2017

The Forgotten potential of Static Websites and the solutions WebriQ CMS brings to the table

Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

By Philippe Bodart | Created on July 17, 2017

In order to save money and reduce redundancies, local firm Bliss Media helped the government streamline the process by developing govCMS, a single CMS platform that could be adapted for any Australian government site with both PaaS and SaaS options.

What Are the Benefits of Using an Open Source CMS for Your Business Website?

By Philippe Bodart | Created on July 9, 2017

Businesses of all sizes should consider an Open Source CMS for their website needs when it comes to security, custom development as well as ongoing support. Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress all use open source software to power their frameworks and give end ...

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