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Content Modeling / Definitions / Association Definition

Association Definition An Association Definition describes the schema of a relationship between two nodes. Fundamentally, association instances are JSON objects that conform to the JSON schema of their association definitions. Association definitions allow you to specify the schema of your associations so as to store properties on them. There are primarily two families of associations - a:linked and a:owned, describing linked and owned associations, respectively. A linked association is one in w

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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 Auth

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API / Data Types / Association

Association Type association Datastore Type repository Supports authorities, permissions, transfer Associations, on the other hand, do not bear permissions. They are considered structural elements that provide several meanings for the content in a branch: The "linked" relationships between nodes. These relationships can be broken by either party without validating the integrity of either object. An example is a "related items" relationship in a web site. Suppose Product A points to Product B via

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Gatsby.js - Cloud CMS

Gatsby.js - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS 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 Developers Overview A Quick Tutorial (Hello World) API Keys Frameworks AngularJS React Vue.js cURL Postman Static Site Generators Gatsby.js Nuxt.js Drivers C# Java JavaScript Nod

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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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Cookbooks / Ruby Cookbook

Ruby Cookbook Getting Started The Ruby driver is published to https://rubygems.org/gems/cloudcms Install the gem as you would any other Gem gem install cloudcms You may choose to use Bundler or other dependency management tool. Connecting to Cloud CMS To connect, create a file called gitana.json in a folder location readable by your application. For information on how to acquire this file, please read up on Acquiring your API Keys. Load the library containing the driver: require 'cloudcms' Conne

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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

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API Keys

API Keys When you sign up for Cloud CMS, you are given your own tenant. Your tenant is essentially a guarded vault of data. To access this data, you need to present two sets of credentials to the Cloud CMS server: Client Credentials User Credentials Client Credentials identify the application that is attempting to connect and User Credentials identify who is using the application. Once signed in, the User Credentials establish the security context of the authenticated user, potentially limiting

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Postman Developers Guide - Cloud CMS

Postman Developers Guide - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS 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 Developers Overview A Quick Tutorial (Hello World) API Keys Frameworks AngularJS React Vue.js cURL Postman Static Site Generators Gatsby.js Nuxt.js Drivers C# Java

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How can I reuse connections with the Java Driver?

The Cloud CMS Java Driver uses a thread local variable to store the authentication context it receives after connecting. This is perhaps unusual for folks who are coming from the JavaScript world but should be very familiar for anyone who works with common JavaScript frameworks such as Spring Framework or Spring Security. When the authentication completes, the Java Driver constructs a "Driver" object that it stores into a thread local variable using the following call: DriverContext.setDriver(dr

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Cloud CMS Support

Cloud CMS Support Support Home Documentation Developers Sign in Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Getting Started Getting Started General General API API User Interface User Interface Docker Docker Application Server Application Server Drivers Drivers Cookbook Cookbook Troubleshooting On-Premise My UI modules aren't deploying. What should I check? Getting Started FAQ Do you offer private cloud or dedicated hosting? Can Cloud CMS help develop my app? Does Cloud CMS work with iOS, Android, Node.js,

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Content API CMS - API Keys - Cloud CMS

Content API CMS - API Keys - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS 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 Developers Overview A Quick Tutorial (Hello World) API Keys Frameworks AngularJS React Vue.js cURL Postman Static Site Generators Gatsby.js Nuxt.js Drivers C# Ja

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Authentication / Drivers

Drivers To connect to Cloud CMS, you need to establish two important pieces of information: The client that you are connecting as The user that you are signing on as The only way that a remote application can connect to your platform is if it can produce the correct credentials to identify itself as a client that you know about. As the platform administrator, you issue a client key/secret ahead of time. The application then needs to present these credentials to you and prove that it is who it sa

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Microsoft C# Driver and API Guide - Cloud CMS

Microsoft C# Driver and API Guide - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS 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 Developers Overview A Quick Tutorial (Hello World) API Keys Frameworks AngularJS React Vue.js cURL Postman Static Site Generators Gatsby.js Nuxt.js Driver

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Application Server / Installation / Docker Installation

Docker Installation The Cloud CMS Application Server is additionally provided as a Docker image. With Docker, you can launch this image within its own container running on Linux, Mac OS or Windows. The container can be managed, brought online and shutdown at any time. Docker To get started, you will need to familiarize yourself with Docker. Install Docker onto your operating system and become familiar with the command line tools. Git You will also need to be familiar with Git. The source for the

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Node.js Driver and API Guide - Cloud CMS

Node.js Driver and API Guide - Cloud CMS System Status Blog Support System Status Buy Now Features Quick Start Releases Pricing Documentation Developers Talk to Us Try Cloud CMS 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 Developers Overview A Quick Tutorial (Hello World) API Keys Frameworks AngularJS React Vue.js cURL Postman Static Site Generators Gatsby.js Nuxt.js Drivers C#

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Cookbooks / C# Cookbook

C# Cookbook Getting Started To get started with the C# driver, visit Cloud CMS C# Driver Page or the Github Page. It is written with .NET Core and can be used in any compatible project. You can install the driver via the command line: dotnet add package cloudcms or from within Visual Studio: Install-Package cloudcms Or by adding this to your .csproj file (you may have to adjust the version): Connecting to Cloud

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Cookbooks / JavaScript Cookbook

JavaScript Cookbook Getting Started To get started with the JavaScript driver, please visit the Cloud CMS JavaScript Driver Page. Connecting to Cloud CMS To connect, supply your API Keys as the argument to the connect() method. Gitana.connect({ "clientKey": "{clientKey}", "clientSecret": "{clientSecret}", "username": "{username}", "password": "{password}", "baseURL": "https://api.cloudcms.com" }, function(err) { var platform = this; }); If a problem was encountered duri

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Cookbooks / Node.js Cookbook

Node.js Cookbook Getting Started To get started with the Node.js driver, please visit the Cloud CMS Node.js Driver Page. One thing to keep in mind is that the Node.js driver is based on the JavaScript driver. As such, they're pretty similar. That said, the Node.js driver can do a few important tricks that you can't do in the JavaScript driver. Connecting to Cloud CMS To connect, create a file called gitana.json in your application root. For information on how to acquire this file, please read up

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OAuth2, Clients and Authentication Grants

One of the things that I really like about our approach to server authorization is that we’ve elected to get completely behind the OAuth2 specification. Cloud CMS provides support for all of the OAuth2 flows. We provide an authorization and resource server so that you can separate concerns and perform the full three-legged “auth code” flow. Or you can simplify things and use something like a “password” or “implicit” flow depending on the security environment of your application. For environments

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Cookbooks / Java Cookbook

Java Cookbook Getting Started To get started with the Java driver, please visit the Cloud CMS Java Driver Page. We recommend that you use Maven. At a minimum, you will need to add the following repository declaration to your pom.xml file: cloudcms-public cloudcms-public http://maven.cloudcms.com/public You will also need to include the Java driver as a dependency. For exampl

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Command Line

Command Line The Cloud CMS command-line client gives developers a way to work with their Cloud CMS tenant projects, applications, data stores and other resources from the command line. The CLI (command-line client) is a Node.js based command line tool that is very easy to use and available at no charge. Note: A valid Cloud CMS subscription is required to connect to Cloud CMS with the command-line client. This subscription can be a paid subscription or a free trial account. Getting Started To get

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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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Cloud CMS and Your Mobile Strategy

Last week, a really interesting post was authored by Andrew Chen on why mobile application startups are bombing out like it was 1999. Andrew’s main point is that mobile startups approach the application market using a “hail mary” kind of development approach which is similar to how web sites were delivered in the late 90’s. He also compares the investor mentality today with that of the late 90’s. I really enjoyed Andrew’s article and also enjoyed the comments. In particular, I was inspired by so

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Application Server / Authentication

Authentication The Authentication Service provides a full authentication framework for stateless and session-based applications. It authenticates requests against back end providers and offers interpretation and parsing of request scope information to provide Single-Sign-On (SSO). Authenticated requests will have user accounts created and synchronized within Cloud CMS either automatically or as part of a registration form process. Authenticated users have Cloud CMS connectivity state managed for

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