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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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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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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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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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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 / Plugins

Plugins Cloud CMS plugins let you enhance your editorial user interface with new features and capabilities that integrate to popular third-party services like YouTube, Vimeo and Google Docs. Plugins provision your editorial environment with things like: new form field types that integrate to third-party services new user interface pages for browsing and working with media from third-party services new actions or rules to enhance your repository's business logic new content types, associations an

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Features / Behavior

Behavior QName: f:behavior This features indicates that a node provides the implementation of a behavior. This feature simply tags the node as a behavior implementation. The node must be a script or a rule. Configuration This feature does need configuration. Behavior Example { "title": "My JavaScript file", "_features": { "f:behavior": { } } }

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Modules

Modules One of the features that make CloudCMS super configurable is the ability to implement Modules. Within a Module, you can Create custom fields Create custom templates Create custom actions Create custom pages Customize CloudCMS configurations More... Take a look at some sample modules in our SDK Create a Module Register a Module

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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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Features / AWS Sentiment

AWS Sentiment QName: f:aws-sentiment Empowers a node to automatically determine the sentiment of content that it contains. This takes into account the node's properties and any binary attachments it may contain. The sentiment is the populated onto a property of the node. By default and unless overwritten, this will default to sentiment. This features uses Amazon's Comprehend Service to perform Natural Language processing over your node's content. To learn about Amazon's Sentiment analysis, see:

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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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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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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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Projects

Projects In Cloud CMS, a Project is an isolated workspace in which your team can collaborate on the production and publication of content. You can create as many Projects as you wish. Within each Project, you can: Design your content model (types, features and associations) Build out editorial forms for easy-content entry Wire up "automagic" business logic consisting of Rules, Actions and Conditions to automatically do things like call out to web hooks, send emails or sanitize your data as edito

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Managing a large number of PDFs or images

In Cloud CMS everything is a node. A node has JSON properties and could also have binary attachments. What you would call a "file" is a node with properties describing it's folder location and a "default" attachment holding the payload (PDF file, image, MSWord doc, etc). Typically, for large number of PDFs, images, etc, we suggest individual nodes with a single attachment each (which is the PDF, image, etc). We have many customers who use Cloud CMS in this way and it essentially works like a doc

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Getting Started / Content Modeling

Content Modeling You can put any kind of content into Cloud CMS. Things like desktop files (Word documents, PDF files, images, audio files and video) are no problem. However, the real power of Cloud CMS begins when you begin to model content type definitions and features to wrap around that content. A content type is a type of thing, such as an Article or a Press Release. You define content types in the same way that you might define a word in the dictionary. You give it a name and then you give

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Advanced Content Modeling options (example)

Question. If I have the following collections: Categories Products Product_Description_Schemas Each Product is linked to a Category. Each Category is linked to a Product_Description_Schema. The outcome I want to accomplish is that the description schema for Product X I am entering, is defined by the Category it is linked to ( which in turn is defined by the Product_Description_Schema that the Category is linked to ). e.g. Product = Hilton Hotel London, Category = Hotel, Product_Description_Schem

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Features / AWS Polly

AWS Polly QName: f:aws-polly Allows for a node to automatically generate a lifelike speech reading of its default attachment. When completed, this reading will be saved back to the document as another attachment polly.mp3. This feature can be configured to work with a number of language and voice combinations. To learn more about Amazon Polly, see: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/polly/latest/dg/what-is.html For a list of all allowed languages and voices, see: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/polly/lates

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API / Statistics

Statistics Cloud CMS automatically collects and aggregates node statistics for you as you connect nodes together in the content graph. Nodes are entities and associations are used to connect them together through a series of relationships. As nodes are connected together, both the source and target node will have their statistics computed and updated so that you can quickly find out how many relationships a given node has to its neighbors. The basic mechanics behind node statistics are similar t

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Features / AWS Dominant Language

AWS Dominant Language QName: f:aws-dominant-language Empowers a node to automatically determine the dominant language of the node's properties and attachments. The dominant language is specified by the language portion of a locale key (such as en for English or es for Spanish). To determine the dominant language, the textual composition of the node is sent to the AWS Comprehend Service for processing. Once the dominant language is determined, the f:locale feature is applied to the node along wit

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Features / AWS Transcode

AWS Transcode QName: f:aws-transcode Applying this feature allows a piece of content's default attachment to be automatically transcoded from one filetype to one or more other filetypes. This is done to the specification of custom or AWS predefined presets. Once a transcoding is finished, an array of S3 paths for the transcoded files will be saved back to the content. To use this feature, you will need to have an AWS account with S3 and Amazon Elastic Transcoder setup. You will also need to conf

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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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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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