Found 269 results for "api content-models overview"

The search executed in 5.65796E-4 seconds. That's fast.

Application Server / Services / Flow

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

Score: 2.0291772

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

Score: 2.0146585

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

Score: 2.0111275

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

Score: 2.0111275

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

Score: 2.0111275

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

Score: 2.0111275

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

Score: 2.0111275

Application Server / Services / Virtual Driver

Virtual Driver Defines the virtual driver connection used to dynamically retrieve API keys on behalf of incoming tenants. { "virtualDriver": { "enabled": false, "clientKey": "", "clientSecret": "", "username": "", "password": "", "baseURL": "", "application": "" } }

Score: 1.9965935

Deployment / Deployment Receivers

Deployment Receivers A Deployment Receiver acts as an endpoint for local and remote Deployment Handlers that seek to ship their Deployment Packages to a destination. These are frequently used to move content between data centers or across different parts of the world to solve for latency issues (or to simply move content to the correct side of a DMZ for security reasons or runtime-performance reasons). Cloud CMS lets you create Deployment Receivers from within its user interface. You can create

Score: 1.9720541

Application Server / Tags / @query

@query Queries for nodes and makes those nodes available to the template. Parameters parameter required description type the type of node to query for (definition QName) sort the field to sort on sortDirection the direction to sort in (either 1 for ascending or -1 for descending) limit the number of records to return fields comma separated list of property names to include in query results skip a position to skip ahead to in the record set scope if "page", then only relatives related to the curr

Score: 1.9720541

Tree Hierarchies

In Cloud CMS, there are no hard and fast rules regarding association types between nodes. And so, when dealing with things like tree structures, you usually have to first make some assumptions about the kinds of relationships between nodes that you want to traverse. For arbitrary relationships and traversals around nodes, Cloud CMS provides traversal methods which are a bit more intensive to use. However, if you're using typical a:child relationships between nodes (which is what Cloud CMS uses f

Score: 1.9720541

How can I retrieve content for a tree view?

The Cloud CMS API offers a number of convenience API methods that go beyond basic CRUD and bulk content operations. Among these methods are those that allow you to retrieve content from your repository branch in a tree-friendly format. A tree-organized format means that the data comes back in a such a way as to make it easy to load into front-end tree controls. Typical front-end tree controls requires the ability to load a "snapshot" of the tree as a starting point as well as iteratively grow or

Score: 1.9720541

Create Once, Publish Everywhere!

One of the things that our customers love about Cloud CMS is that it lets them create content once and easily publish it to all of their mobile and web applications. It reduces the amount of work required to create fresh and interesting content and saves them time and money in the process. Our goal is straightforward. We want to provide all of the things that small business owners need on the backend to give their users a seamless experience in creating, editing and publishing content. With Clou

Score: 1.9720541

Applications / Public Services / Forgot Username Flow

Forgot Username Flow Registered users for your application may forget their username and lose the ability to log in to your app. Cloud CMS provides a "forgot username" flow that you can use to provide a way for end users to securely retrieve their username using their registered email address. On this page, we cover a public convenience method that applications can use to easily provide this functionality without having to through the most robust Cloud CMS object-level APIs. If you're interested

Score: 1.9664404

Features - Cloud CMS

Features - 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 Built to Last Authentic Quality with Enterprise Features Versioning Changeset versioning system that captures every touch - every create, update or delete - that you make. It is

Score: 1.9555775

Using the JavaScript driver to run an elasticsearch query

The Cloud CMS REST API allows for elasticsearch queries against a branch. The API endpoint is POST /repositories/{repositoryId}/branches/{branchId}/nodes/search The payload is a JSON object containing a top-level property called "search" which wraps the elasticsearch DSL query. The JavaScript driver exposes this call on the Branch object using the searchNodes() methods. Examples: 1) Search for nodes containing the keyword "hello" in any property: req.branch(function (err, branch) { branch.trap(f

Score: 1.9481077

Application Server / Services / Driver Config

Driver Config Service that connects to the Cloud CMS API to authenticate on behalf of a logged in user. A driver config cache is retained for efficiency as well as to assist with automatic re-acquisition of access tokens when they expire. The gitanaConfig variable is appended to the req object once this service completes. Configuration { "driverConfig": { "enabled": true } }

Score: 1.9420207

Terms of Service - Cloud CMS

Terms of Service - 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 Terms of Service Last updated: 27 April 2018 By using the CloudCMS.com web site ("Service"), or any services of Gitana Software Inc ("Gitana"), you are agreeing to be bou

Score: 1.9286736

Integrations / Amazon Web Services / Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS The Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a fast, reliable, scalable, fully managed message queuing service. Amazon SQS makes it simple and cost-effective to decouple the components of a cloud application. You can use Amazon SQS to transmit any volume of data, at any level of throughput, without losing messages or requiring other services to be always available. Cloud CMS Application Server The Cloud CMS Application Server is a middle-tier cluster that sits between your mobile/web appl

Score: 1.9228772

Cloud CMS Performance Measurement

Performance issues may be outside of Cloud CMS such as being related to firewalls or corporate proxies. One strategy for determining this is to run an ab test to gather timings from your computer to https://api.cloudcms.com or to the user interface server. This gives you a good approximation of where penalties are being paid and you'd expect to see ~70-100ms latency which we consider nominal. Another thing to try is to run a connection test from the command line on the box that you're browsing f

Score: 1.9180562

How do I...

Sometimes you want to do the following... asd asd asd In Cloud CMS, the best way is to... For example, you might have some JSON like this: asdasd Or make an API call like this: asdasd You also might have an image in the page: John McClane would know what to do It is important to remember three things: Don't worry Be happy Man One last thing to consider.. Enjoy

Score: 1.8939513

Internationalization (I18N)

All of the content that you create within Cloud CMS supports localized translation. This is often referred to as internationalization (I18N) in the enterprise world. Cloud CMS has full support for localization so that any content you put into Cloud CMS supports multiple translation bundles. When content is retrieved from Cloud CMS, either through the APIs, the editorial interface or from your own applications, Cloud CMS respects the locale being requested and serves back a best-match fit for tha

Score: 1.8920321

Integrations / Amazon Web Services / Amazon DocumentDB

Amazon DocumentDB Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fast, scalable, highly available, and fully managed document database service that supports MongoDB workloads. Cloud CMS works out-of-the-box with Amazon DocumentDB as an alternative to running MongoDB on your own or using a MongoDB hosted service. Amazon DocumentDB provides an easy and convenient way for customers to manage their own MongoDB installations, data and backup. To learn more, check out API Server.

Score: 1.8867664

How to find the Repository ID for a Project?

There are a few ways to get the repository ID for a project. The easiest way is: log in to your tenant go to your Project add "/stack" to the url The "/stack" suffix will show you the members of the stack. If you then click on "workbench 'content' repository", you'll see the ID for the repository in the URL. Another way is to click on a document in your project and then click on "View in API". The URL that comes up will have the repository ID in it as well.

Score: 1.8867664

Integrations / Google / Translate

Google Translate Google Translation Services offer the ability to quickly translate between languages, using the best model for your content needs. You can build custom models using AutoML Translation or leverage Google’s pre-trained models using Translation API. Cloud CMS provides a Google Translation Services Provider that works with Google Translate to automatically create and update I18N translations as changes are made to content by your editorial team. To learn more, check out Auto Transla

Score: 1.865535