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API Keys

API Keys For information on API Keys, please visit the Cloud CMS - API Keys Developer Page.

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API

API The Cloud CMS API consists of an HTTP/HTTPS endpoint that uses OAuth 2.0 authentication. It supports both REST concepts and asynchronous data operations. You can access this API using any of our drivers as well as curl or any HTTP client library. Our API provides functionality that covers all aspects of content production, publishing and presentation. 100% of the functionality of Cloud CMS is accessible from the API, including: Content Models, Creation and Editing Workflow, Scheduled Publish

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Features

Features Features are aspect-oriented, cross-cutting concerns that can be applied to nodes. Once applied, they may introduce new behaviors and metadata to your content objects. You can use features to describe cross-cutting or aspect-oriented concerns that can be plugged onto your content nodes at any time. Features may participate in the inheritance tree of content types or they may be injected anywhere and at any point. There are a number of out-of-the-box features provided by Cloud CMS, inclu

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Docker / Configuration / API Server

API Server The Cloud CMS API Server is a Java application that launches inside of a Java Servlet Container. The Java application surfaces a REST API as well as backend services and DAOs to support connectivity to Mongo DB, Elastic Search and a slew of Amazon services including S3, SNS, SQS, Route 53, Cloud Front and more. Properties File Cloud CMS is primarily configured via a properties file that is auto-detected and loaded when the underlying Spring Framework starts up. This properties file is

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Content Modeling

Content Modeling A content model consists of definitions which describe your project's content types, properties, graph associations, and the aspect-oriented features that Cloud CMS uses to ensure data consistency, integrity and validity when content is created, updated or deleted. In Cloud CMS, all content modeling is done using JSON and more specifically, JSON Schema. JSON Schema provides an elegant and well-adopted model for describing the types for content objects, properties and other neste

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Actions

Actions Cloud CMS provides an Action framework that lets you kick off Actions that perform content operations on your behalf. Actions are units of work that are typically fired off as a result of an event handler or listener. For example, you might register an Action that triggers when a piece of content is updated or when a workflow task transitions. The Action might do something like Send an Email or Fire off a Web Hook. The Cloud CMS Action framework aspires to provide complete units of work

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Content Modeling / Relator Properties

Relator Properties Cloud CMS provides support for properties that auto-manage their relationships between multiple nodes in the content graph. Whenever you intend to connect two nodes together, it is often convenient to model a property on one or both of the nodes involved in the relationship such that the properties maintain information locally on the endpoints about the relationship. Such properties are known as relator properties. Consider a Store that sells Books. Books are written by Author

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API / Tree

Tree Content that is organized into folders can be retrieved using the Tree API. The Tree API lets you pull back an entire path-based folder and file structure of content within a single API call. The API call lets you specify a root node, a maximum depth to traverse down the path structure, paths that should be automatically expanded and query terms for filtering of root nodes. The Tree API is deal to support a variety of cases including: retrieval of multiple deeply-nested paths within a singl

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Workflow / Workflow Handlers / Remove Features

Remove Features Type: removeFeatures This handler removes features from a node that is part of the workflow's payload. This can be used to remove one or more features from your content instances as they flow through your workflow. The config for this handler is as follows: { "features": [{ "qname": "" }] } Each of the features identified by qname will be removed from the documents attached to the workflow payload. Here is an example configuration which assumes that

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Workflow / Workflow Handlers / Add Features

Add Features Type: addFeatures This handler adds features to a node that is part of the workflow's payload. This can be used to apply one or more features to your content instances as they flow through your workflow. The config for this handler is as follows: { "features": [{ "qname": "", "config": { ... optional configuration for the feature } }] } The config is an optional parameter. You can use this handler to add one or more features

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Features / Relator

Relator QName: f:relator This feature is applied internally to relator associations within the content graph that connect two nodes via a relator property. There is no need to apply this feature manually. For information on relator properties, please see relator properties. Configuration This feature does require any configuration.

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How does Cloud CMS compare to Prismic.io?

Not sure which CMS is a better fit? Review these points to help guide your selection. Criteria Cloud CMS Prismic.io Ease of Use Implements a role-based UI to accommodate various functions. Complex user interface for defining content types and instances. Item creation must occur here. See API Access. Update Strategy Documents are published individually, or as part of larger change sets. Documents are published individually, or as part of larger change sets. Workflow Process Flexible workflow capa

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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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Integrations / 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

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GraphQL

GraphQL Cloud CMS supports query via GraphQL. GraphQL is offered as a core API that sits alongside the Cloud CMS REST APIs. GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language specification that is widely used across many CMS systems, servers and clients. GraphQL is offered so as to make it even easier for developers to quickly integrate and work with content inside of Cloud CMS. In Cloud CMS, all GraphQL calls are scoped to a branch. Each branch has its own GraphQL SDL schema that is

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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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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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Content Modeling / Definitions / Feature Definition

Feature Definition A Feature Definition is a cross-cutting concern or Aspect that you can apply arbitrarily to content instances or content types (to apply to all instances of a type). A Feature Definition is used to optionally describe additional schema that should be applied to a content or association type. Feature Definitions also endow content instances with special behaviors. Feature Definitions are defined in much the same way as Types or Associations. Each Feature has a QName and the JSO

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Bulk Import / Nodes

Nodes The Cloud CMS Bulk Import tool makes it easy to import content from structured data files stored on disk. The Packager API provides several methods which can read content from directories and bulk import that content all in one fell-swoop. This includes content types, content instances and relational information between content items. This is useful for many scenarios including those where you may wish to store a master copy of your foundation content types and content instances for new pr

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Application Server / Installation / Module Installation

Module Installation The Cloud CMS Application Server can also be run as a custom Node.js application. It is available as a Node.js module that you can require() in from npmjs.org. The server features a number of extension points that you can utilize to wire in new functionality or extend the framework. Getting Started Here is a simple example where we start up the Application Server from within a Node.js application: var server = require("cloudcms-server/server"); server.start(); The start() met

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User Interface / Multilingual

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 marked, the Cloud CMS user i

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Workflow / Workflow Handlers

Workflow Handlers Add Features Copy Node Email Logger Move Node Remove Features Remove Properties Set Properties Sync Node Web Hook

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How does Cloud CMS compare to DIY (do-it-yourself)?

Not sure whether to build or buy? Review these points to help guide your selection. Why DIY: exact fit with your technology stack use existing in-house skills and resources build only the features you need able to add new features as required use existing developers for support cost / budget - internal no need for external services to deliver and support product can be a ‘skunk works’ project Why not DIY: Risk (more complex than it looks) time/effort/cost are all easy to under-estimate CMS requi

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Modules / Create a Module / Actions

Actions Cloud CMS provides a large number of actions that can be bound to links sections within configuration blocks. This allows you to customize dropdowns, button toolbars and action links at various places within the user interface. It also provides a way for you to override action implementation classes for your own users. For a list of these actions, see Actions on the lower left-hand menu. account change-password addon install-addon uninstall-addon applications delete_applications new_appl

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