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Pagination options

You can specify pagination options in an optional second argument to the queryNodes function, basically like this: Chain(branch).queryNodes({  "_type": "video:essentials"  }, {  "sort": {  "title": -1  },  "limit": 10,  "skip": 30  }).then(function() {  ...  }); In this example, the results will start at index 30 in the record set and will contain the next 10 entries. The record set is sorted by "title" in a descending order ahead of being returned. If pagination sort isn't provided, then the o

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The best way to enable content authoring with your JS framework

Now that you’ve built that beautiful application in Angular, Aurelia, Ember, React - or the next big JavaScript framework - how do make your content authors happy? Easy: Think Headless. Never let a CMS dictate your presentation tier options. The field is too crowded and is changing too rapidly for pre-ordained “templates” to suffice. Instead, crank out that prototype in your desired framework(s) and utilise REST calls to query content a simple mockup will do returning JSON for each node Then go

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Docker / Maintenance / Upgrades

Upgrades This document provides technical guidance for upgrades. Upgrade to Cloud CMS Version 3.2 The Elastic Search version in this release has been updated from 1.7.1 to 6.2.4. Steps to follow to set up Docker 3.2: Download the Docker release 3.2 here. Download the Zip or Tar file of Elastic Search 6.2.4 here and then Unzip the package. Unzip the Docker release package, Create a new folder and paste the kit you use from the package. You can also replace your existing kit with the new release's

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Easy apps with Cloud CMS and Node.js

As we continue to enhance Cloud CMS, one of the directions that we’re pushing in is toward the application layer. We intend to offer increasingly more out-of-the-box applications for content authoring, curation and publishing aimed at marketing users. These applications need to be easy-to-use. They need to address the most common cases that our customers are asking for out-of-the-box. However, they also need to be easily extensible so that these same customers can take our apps and quickly custo

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Branches

Branches Cloud CMS stands apart from just about every other content management product on the market in that it offers a versioning model that is based around changesets. It is inspired by Git and Mercurial which are popular source-control products within the software development world. As such, Cloud CMS provides a changeset versioning system that captures every touch - every create, update or delete - that you make. Nothing is ever lost. Every data operation is fully transactional with every t

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Applications / Public Services

Public Services Cloud CMS provides a special set of application services methods that provide convenience functions for your front-end mobile or web applications to accomplish things like user registration, password resets and more. Technically speaking, everything that you can do with these convenience functions can be done using the Cloud CMS API in other ways, however doing so is often multi-step and involves lots of interactions. The convenience methods make this easier by letting you pre-wi

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Application Server / Services / Insight

Insight The Cloud CMS Application Server supports the collection of analytics information from your running web application. This analytics information is sent from the browser to the application server via web sockets. The information is then sent to Cloud CMS for consumption into a Cloud CMS data warehouse. This capture and retrieval of analytics is called Cloud CMS Insight. To use insight, you must first include the insight.js file into your application. You will also need to include socket.i

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Connecting via a Corporate Proxy

The Cloud CMS drivers support connectivity through a corporate proxy. The means of doing so are slightly different depending on which driver you're using. Node.js The Cloud CMS Node.js driver detects the following environment variable: HTTP_PROXY If this environment variable is specified, all API calls with be routed through the proxy server at that location. This proxy server may support either HTTP or HTTPS. For example, you may set the environment variable like this: HTTP_PROXY=http://127.0.0

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Search

Search Any content you put into Cloud CMS is automatically indexed for full-text and structured search. This lets your editorial teams instantly search for content and find the things they're looking for. Under the hood, Cloud CMS uses Elastic Search and makes available to your editorial users and developers the full syntax of the Elastic Search Query DSL. This allows you to execute simple searches as well as more complex queries that take into account term and phrase matching, nested operations

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User Interface / Projects / Configure Search

Configure Search You can configure the project search page to show different filter controls on the left hand side by adding some properties to your project JSON descriptor. These controls ultimately feed into a Cloud CMS node API find call that has the following structure: { "query": ... query block into MongoDB, "search": ... search block into Elastic Search } The following customization block can be added to your project's JSON descriptor: { ..., "search": { "showContentTypes"

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How does multi-tenancy work?

How does multi-tenancy work? ie I want to have multiple companies with sub-groups of users in each company - to follow, how would we customize the interface for each company? There are two good ways to achieve multi-tenancy with Cloud CMS. - One is to use multiple "projects" - i.e. one per customer. Each project has it's own domain of users and groups, as well as it's own content definitions, instances and ACLs. As such, you can use each project to store the content on a per-client basis. You ca

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How to limit the fields that come back in a query

Query API calls like http://api.cloudcms.com/docs#!/node/post_repositories_repositoryId_branches_branchId_nodes_query support a parameter named _fields which defines an object specifying the node properties you want to include in the result set for matching nodes. For example in the following query I want the title, subTitle and slug fields returned: { "_type":"my:article", "_fields":{ "title":1, "subTitle":1, "slug":1 } } The result set would look something like the

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Features / Auto Translate

Auto Translate QName: f:auto-translate This feature makes it so that any content that is saved is automatically translated into any desired target locales and stored as translations within the Cloud CMS I18N (Internationalization) framework. With this feature, your editorial users could, for example, make a change to a node and save it. The change could then be translated into Chinese, Spanish and German so that content can be retrieved from Cloud CMS in those locales. This all happens automatic

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Optical Character Recognition

Optical Character Recognition This section describes features that are coming in 3.3 With Optical Character Recognition (OCR), any binary content that you place into Cloud CMS will automatically be processed to analyze and detect characters, words and meaning. This allows you to put content into Cloud CMS that includes scanned documents with printed or handwritten elements, such as forms filled out by customers or clients or archived documents that your organization seeks to digitize. For exampl

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Traversal

Traversal Content in Cloud CMS is stored in a graph-like structure that consists of nodes and associations. Nodes are entities in the graph and associations are the relationships (the lines between points in the graph). As such, when working with content in Cloud CMS, you'll often find it useful to employ these structures in terms of your content model. Your content can be spread out between nodes and associations equally so that both the entities and the relationships hold JSON properties that

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Docker / Maintenance / Repository Compression

Repository Compression Cloud CMS content is stored within a Repository. A Repository differs from other types of data stores in that it provides Copy-On-Write mechanics using Changeset-driven versioning. Every time you create, update or delete content within a repository, those adjustments are written onto a new Changeset. Changesets are layered automatically and provide a stack of differences that, over time, allow you to scroll back to any moment in time to see a perfect capture of every modif

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Templates / Workflow Task

Workflow Task Name: workflowTask Property Type Description id string The ID of the workflow task title string The title of the workflow task description string The description of the workflow task timeStarted calendar The time the workflow was started timeCompleted calendar The time the workflow was completed (if completed) context object Contextual variables being passed along with the workflow task workflowData object Data being passed along with the workflow task workflowId string The ID of t

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Integrations / Azure / Blob Storage

Azure Blob Storage Azure Blob storage is Microsoft's object storage solution for the cloud. Blob storage is optimized for storing massive amounts of unstructured data. Blob storage is designed for: Serving images or documents directly to a browser. Storing files for distributed access. Streaming video and audio. It can also be used to act as an origin for files hosted on Azure CDN. Cloud CMS supports Azure Blob Storage in two ways: Azure Deployment Handler Azure Binary Storage Provider Azure Blo

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General / Geolocation Services

Geolocation Services Cloud CMS provides geolocation information look up services that can be used to determine geographic information for a given IP address or set of coordinates. In many places, Cloud CMS automatically utilizes these geolocation services for you. In places where geolocation information is stored on your content instances, geolocation data can automatically be looked up and applied using Cloud CMS features. In addition, you can invoke the API directly to look up geolocation info

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Directed and Undirected Associations

Cloud CMS has the notion of both directed and undirected associations. In the API and within the drivers, when you work with associations, you can query for associations that are "incoming" or "outgoing": These are both directed associations which are relative to a given node. Outgoing means start from this node and find associations pointing to another node. Incoming means find associations that point to me. It also supports the notion of "mutual" associations which are undirected. The source o

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Application Server / URL Addressability / Node URLs

Node URLs The Application Server supports retrieval of nodes and node attachments via URLs and takes responsibility for setting headers and cache state for optimal performance. This method is the preferred method for dealing with binary payloads as it ensures compatibility with CDN edge caching. In addition, binary and JSON files that are retrieved from the Cloud CMS API are cached on the Application Server itself so that subsequent requests benefit from having a local copy. A notifications laye

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The top 3 features that differentiate Cloud CMS from the competition

You have determined you need a Content Management System (CMS) and have begun the daunting task of reducing the number of CMS products to a manageable number to evaluate in depth. Having reached this article you are aware of, or interested in, CMSs that can be described as: Headless CMS, API First, Platform as a Service (PaaS), Decoupled CMS, Cloud-First. I am sure there are more beautiful categorizations and terminology provided by the latest analyst buzz. As much as I may not like the catagori

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Templates / Workflow

Workflow Name: workflow Property Type Description id string The ID of the workflow instance modelId string The ID of the workflow model for this instance modelVersion number The version of the workflow model for this instance state string The state of the workflow - one of the following: NOT_STARTED, RUNNING, SUSPENDED, TERMINATED timeStarted calendar The time the workflow was started timeCompleted calendar The time the workflow was completed (if completed) context object Contextual variables be

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Sync from one environment to another

Within Cloud CMS sync capabiities are generally referred to as the "transfer system". They allow you to export individual objects, data stores or even collections of these as an archive (ZIP) within a vault. You can then move those archives to storage for backup or move them to new Cloud CMS server instances for restoration or replication. We have support for transfer within our API, our drivers and also within the user interface. The latter is useful in that you can script it pretty effectively

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Security: Grade A

Cloud CMS comes in two flavors - on-premise and hosted. For our hosted customers, we host 100% of Cloud CMS and take care of all of the data backup, migrations, security, load balancing and… well, everything! It’s the whole kit and kaboodle. It’s all of the DevOps and stuff solved for you. One of the fun aspects of this is keeping up with security requirements around SSL and HTTP Transport. Cloud CMS customers automatically gain the advantage of SSL for all of their communication with the Cloud

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