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Video: StripeCon NZ 2017 - Aaron Carlino

The rise of the Headless CMS is now becoming realised for the SilverStripe community, with early adoption projects beginning to surface. In this talk from StripeCon NZ 2017, Aaron Carlino (Uncle Cheese) discusses and demos Headless SilverStripe by building a modern, API-driven application in SilverStripe 4.

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Headless CMS is a concept that is being thrown around a lot now. For those of you who aren't familiar with the concept, a Headless CMS is powered by APIs which facilitate the transfer of content and data that can then be served to any front end channel, allowing for a greater utilisation of content and data. We're excited to see how and what headless solutions the community is building with our latest SilverStripe 4 release. If you've built one, let us know!

Aaron Carlino, AKA Uncle Cheese, presented on the topic of creating a Headless CMS with SilverStripe's GraphQL API at StripeCon NZ 2017. In this video, Aaron takes us through building a modern, API-driven application in SilverStripe 4, along with a demo.  

We have also shared the slides from Aaron's talk here for you to view. 

If you want to learn more about Headless CMS, take a look at our eBook on the Future of Content Delivery.

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  • We've been working with Silverstripe for about 10 years now (in the traditional MVC architecture). But we'd like to start developing solutions for our client where silverstripe is used without the view-layer... like an api. This would make it possilble to for e.g. create websites with popular javascript frameworks like vue or angular. Alas there is very little documentation on how to use silverstripe that way. Would be nice if that side of silverstripe would be better documented. So. Thumbs up for Silverstripe and keep up the good work!

    Posted by guy van bael, 18/04/2018 11:25pm (6 years ago)

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