Digital content demands are increasing at an unparalleled clip. Businesses need content solutions to keep pace, but the right CMS is not a panacea—it’s one part of the solution. You need the right content strategy aligned with the right people, processes and technology to deliver truly great experiences for your customers.
Discover how a cloud-hosted content management system (CMS) can revolutionize the way your business manages and publishes content, freeing up your IT team, increasing scalability, and enhancing security and compliance.
Download this study, commissioned by Brightspot from Forrester Consulting, to learn how to avoid the content management marketing hype by matching your technology choice to your specific context.
A look at how Brightspot's CMS framework and architecture is designed to extend and support myriad use cases
Some companies need all hands on deck with a no-code platform; others may want more granular control with a low-code platform. Which works better for your organization?
Whether you are looking to launch fast with a low-code/no-code solution or need the ability to customize to requirements that aren't even yet fully defined, involving your development team from the outset is critical to selecting a publishing platform that can deliver from day one. Join Brightspot’s VP of Product James Clark and Lee Teague, SVP of Engineering, for an in-depth discussion on why this is so important.
A term coined in 2007, a webhook allows different apps to send user-defined callbacks to one another via HTTP POST requests. In plainer English, webhooks allow notifications to be sent from one app to another app when a certain event occurs.
Organizations leverage a variety of programming languages to build content management systems. Among the most popular are C#, Java, PHP and Python. And though some technical experts will swear by their favorites, it begs the question—which is the best to use?
Learn how to approach multi-layered security to protect from external and internal threats.
Download this white paper to explore API approaches to content management and find the right solution for your enterprise.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with existing data. Here are some common questions about GraphQL—and how Brightspot helps solve them.
GraphQL is a query language that enables the connection of programming APIs that enable headless CMS integrations like those possible through the Brightspot CMS. For digital-media teams, GraphQL supports two of the most important factors in content development: speed and flexibility.
Everything you need to know about the advantages of GraphQL and how GraphQL queries work
With the Brightspot CMS, we take a different approach that combines a more intuitive architecture and flexibility to drive your business forward. And that’s thanks to Dari, a principle that has made Brightspot what it is today.
JAMstack has emerged in recent years as a popular standard for web development. But what is JAMstack, and what's driving its adoption among web developers? We take a look at the pros and cons of JAMstack, and how Brightspot integrates with this approach.
Take a technical deep dive on CMS architecture and the role that APIs play, including the distinction between API-only versus API-first system design.
An API-first CMS provides the advantages of headless CMS—API-only—with rich capabilities like workflow, search and content delivery. With an API-first platform, businesses have the option to use a number of pre-built integrations to save valuable development time and effort.
Brightspot frees users from traditional backend complexities involved in data modeling, allowing them to quickly adapt to any future changes.
When the low-code platform market first began to explode, developers were afraid. They feared that low-code platforms would replace their jobs and had concerns they weren’t suited to handle mission-critical tasks. But neither of these fears materialized. In fact, most low-code platforms are very reliable tools that support developers in their ability to respond quickly and be more agile.
Here are five reasons why Lingjie Zhang—a Software Engineer at Brightspot—finds code review to be essential to the consistency and sustainability of a project.
Software development is a great pick for anyone, but Software Engineer Elizabeth Thomas explains why she believes it's a great choice, in particular, for women.