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Scripting

Scripting Cloud CMS provides a server-side Scripting API that allows you to write custom actions, rules and behaviors that execute on the server. These scripts can be introduced at any time and do not require any server downtime. Developers can write scripts and hook them into Cloud CMS at any time to adjust how the product behaves and operates. The Scripting API consists of a set of server-side Scripting Objects that wrap your content and expose a select set of API service methods for your use.

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How to monitor API traffic from a node js app

It is sometimes helpful to see the API traffic that is going on between the Gitana javascript driver and the Cloud CMS API server. This is a non-intrusive method of doing that. install a tool called Charles Proxy https://www.charlesproxy.com/ This is an excellent tool for monitoring http/https traffic. Once installed, start Charles Proxy and enable reverse proxy: Check "Enable Reverse Proxies" and then click the "Add" button. A port will be assigned (55703 in the example below). Set Remote Host

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More Ways to Run Cloud CMS On-Premise

We just released Cloud CMS version 3.1.315 which includes more sample configurations to help customers and prospects get started with on-premise Docker deployments. Our Docker distribution includes several “kits” that contain pre-built Docker Compose configurations that help customers to get up and running right away. These configurations can either be used as is or they may serve as a reference for building out new configurations that meet a customer’s exact needs. Cloud CMS offers Docker as an

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AWS loadbalancer healthchecks

For AWS LB healthchecks, we recommend the following path off the API: /healthcheck This route hands back a 200 if the API server is healthy. It determines whether it is healthy by checking a few statistics such as the amount of free memory, the amount of free disk space, network connectivity, file handle usage, CPU utilization and more. If it returns a non-200, then that serves as a signal that the server is in some sort of degraded state and should be rolled over (which elastic scaling groups w

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Authentication

Authentication Cloud CMS supports authentication via the industry standard OAuth 2.0 protocol. OAuth 2.0 is a well-recognized standard that enables client code to connect to Cloud CMS in a secure and safe fashion. This means that authorization can be achieved in such a way that client and user credentials (secret keys) are never publicly exposed. Channel-level encryption is provided by HTTPS and HTTP POST payloads are utilized to avoid exposure of credentials via request parameters or logging fa

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Find

Find The Cloud CMS Find Service lets you discover and retrieve content using combinations of its three primary content retrieval mechanisms. These mechanisms are: Query (powered by Mongo DB) Search (powered by Elastic Search) Traversal (provides Graph Traversal) A "Find" operation provides a way for you to execute a single API lookup that runs one or more of the above and composes them into a single result set. How it Works When you make a "Find" call, you provide a recipe containing at least on

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Return On Investment (ROI) with Cloud CMS

ROI and Content Management Systems (CMS) are rarely used in the same sentence due to the uncomfortable pricing models from all legacy CMS vendors - as well as the spiraling costs of implementing them. Often so much investment has been made in the CMS that changing is not a realistic consideration. This negativity only increases when you start using the term Enterprise Content Management (ECM), where suddenly vendors start seeing dollar signs, but offer no additional functionality e.g., Alfresco,

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Getting Started

Getting Started Welcome to the Cloud CMS Documentation center. Cloud CMS is an API-first content management system that provides everything you need on the back end to power web sites and mobile applications. Cloud CMS makes it easy for your business users to create, manage and publish amazing content to your users! You are reading the Getting Started guide. To learn more about Cloud CMS and what it does, select from the links provided below or use the tree on the left-hand side. We offer severa

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Application Server / Authentication / Providers / Facebook

Facebook The Facebook Authentication Provider enables the Cloud CMS Application Server to authenticate, validate tokens and load user profile information against Facebook. For more information on Authentication within the App Server, see App Server Authentication / SSO. Facebook API Keys To use this provider, you will first need to set up a Developers Account within Facebook and create an application therein. Doing so will give you a set of API tokens: appId - the Facebook application ID token a

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Access Cloud CMS content anonymously or as a guest user

This question often comes up from folks who are building HTML applications that run in a browser. They'd like the browser to connect to Cloud CMS to download content and display it. Usually this consists of things like images but also may consist of other types of content in Cloud CMS such as raw nodes, PDF files, video assets or more. OAuth 2.0 and Access Tokens Fundamentally, everything in Cloud CMS is secured from an access perspective using OAuth 2.0. This means that an OAuth 2.0 access toke

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Integrations

Integrations Cloud CMS allows you to connect to external cloud-based services for purposes of things like: external data storage for binary data auto-record updates to dns servers event handling to cloud notification handlers To configure these services, you simply create a service descriptor via the main interface: Service descriptors are declared once and can be re-used multiple times within your platform, across different projects and applications. Service descriptors are encrypted on the ser

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Hosted Pricing - Cloud CMS

Hosted Pricing - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Ask a Question Free Trial Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Docs Dev Start a Free Trial Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Ask a Question Start a Free Trial Plans & Pricing (SaaS) Straight forward plans and pricing. Designed to fit your CMS needs now and in the future. SaaS On-Premise Starter Small Teams / Projects $200 per mon

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Multifactor Authentication / Providers / Duo Security

Duo Security Cloud CMS supports [https://duo.com/](Duo Security) for Multifactor Authentication. Cloud CMS is not a listed in the Duo Admin Console when "Protecting" an application. Instead, use the "Auth API" type. To configure Duo Security, you will need to supply the following from the Duo "Auth API" "Details": integrationKey secretKey apiHost These values are available from your Duo Security Settings page. Service Descriptor If you're adding an Authenticator via a Service Descriptor: the Des

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User Interface / Projects / Deleted Items

Deleted Items Cloud CMS provides a "copy on write" mechanism for any creates, updates or deletes to the content in a branch. This means that whenever you delete something, you're actually masking it as deleted. The content itself is never destroyed or removed permanently. As such, it is always possible walk backwards in time and discover content that was deleted - all the way back to the moment when your branch or repository was created. To make things easier, Cloud CMS provides a "deletions" in

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Application Server / Installation / Standalone Installation

Standalone Installation The Cloud CMS Application Server is a Node.js / Express-based Application that can be downloaded and run with very little setup. All you need to do is provide your Cloud CMS account credentials and the Cloud CMS Application Server will connect and come online ready to serve your content. Node.js To get started, you will need Node.js. Please visit http://www.node.js.org to download Node.js for your platform. Git You will also need to be familiar with Git. The source for th

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Query

Query Cloud CMS provides SQL-like, structured query for all of your content. The platform uses MongoDB under the hood to store the JSON for your content. MongoDB offers a powerful, unmatched query engine so that you can execute complex lookups of your content to support both your editorial and runtime application needs. The platform also offers "composite" query operations which let you layer MongoDB queries on top of Elastic Search DSL searches and traversals around node objects. Cloud CMS auto

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Docker / Configuration

Configuration Antivirus Server API Server Encrypting Properties Support UI Server

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Introducing the Cloud CMS Open Source App Server

Cloud CMS lets you create content once and reuse it everywhere - across all of your devices, web sites, mobile applications, tradeshow kiosks, digital signage surfaces and more. Our editorial environment is fully featured, extensible easy to use, letting you manage content and deliver it via our enterprise-class Content API. With Cloud CMS, customers are free to build apps on top of best-of-breed open-source frameworks while leveraging open-standards. They are empowered to continue to use the de

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Application Server / Services / Flow

Flow Provides API services for browser-side UI application wizards whose configuration is defined in JSON. { "flow": { "enabled": true } }

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How do I retrieve the folder path for my content?

In Cloud CMS, you may choose to associate nodes with folders. This allows the content to be worked with by editorial teams such that they can navigate to content within folders, move content between folders and generally organize their content as they wish. It also allows for content to be retrieved by path via the API, if you wish. Technically speaking, Cloud CMS does not require folders or paths. In fact, plenty of customers use Cloud CMS in such a way that they don't require folders at all. C

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Features / Multilingual

Multilingual QName: f:multilingual When applied to a node, this indicates that you wish to have the contents of this node support multilingual behavior and translated content. This node then serves as the "master node" for translation support. Master nodes have a:has_translation associations to translation nodes that hold copies of the content (JSON and any attachments) in the target locale. Marking a node as f:multilingual does not automatically produce translations for you. However, once marke

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Application Server / Services / Duster

Duster The Duster Service provides template rendering using the LinkedIn Dust.js template engine. The Duster Service loads output templates for you, executes Dust across them and outputs markup like HTML and JSON. It allows you to build full web sites or custom APIs using a powerful template engine. Tags The Cloud CMS Application Server provides a library of * Dust Tags available out of the box. These are listed in more detail on the left-hand side menu. Fragment Caching Some Dust tags support c

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Is there a programmatic way to add more content to workflows?

There is a programmatic way to add more content to workflows once they're in-flight. However, once the workflow is in-flight, the workflow process instance isn't the correct place to add things. Instead, you'd want to add new content to a workflow task. Essentially, a workflow is made up of a series of tasks. When the workflow transitions from one node to another in the workflow model, it instantiates a new task and the task holds the state (and references to documents) for that phase of the wor

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Finding sanity by losing your head

There was a lot of chatter last year regarding a “headless” or “decoupled” CMS design. Zeitgeist, maybe… countermovement, definitely. Since their inception, every expansion of content management software along the continuum from managing basic websites to full-on digital experiences drove CMSes further and further into the application’s presentation tier. In parallel, we witnessed the maturity of frameworks such as Angular, Ember, and Ionic (just to name a few) - all pushing development out to t

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CEM - shuffling deck chairs on the titanic

Going back 15 years, we’ve seen the core of providing websites shift across various types of “platforms” - from Web Content Management (WCM) to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to Customer Experience Management (CEM). Every iteration involved another set of technologies, and associated migration headaches. Each expansion also consumed more and more of the resulting presentation tier. At first, this was mostly a good thing as no standard mechanisms existed to facilitate efforts. However, in th

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