Customizing a theme is a big part of front-end development. To facilitate that development, Brightspot provides Styleguide, a webpack-based application that previews a theme with mock text and images. With Styleguide you can immediately evaluate any change by reloading the browser page.
Discover how Brightspot CMS, featured on AWS On Air, empowers developers with streamlined front-end customization, boosting productivity and dev satisfaction.
If you’re a developer, you’re well aware of the importance of learning by example. As part of the effort of the Brightspot Developer Portal, we’ve put together a set of code examples that will help you better understand how to use Brightspot’s implementation of GraphQL.
Brightspot's standard theme includes front-end templates for attractively rendering articles, videos, listicles, promos, and much more. Developers can build on those standard templates to deploy themes that range from simple to extravagant.
A common task in web application development is deploying API endpoints that are managed by application admins—a situation that may introduce errors into a production environment. Brightspot’s native classes facilitate the deployment of robust and secure endpoints.
Streamlined processes for creating and managing API endpoints are essential, and the technical complexities associated with APIs can often pose challenges. Brightspot provides a proven, field-tested UI for intuitively designing API endpoints.
A look at how Brightspot's CMS framework and architecture is designed to extend and support myriad use cases
A list of tools that developers have at their disposal with every implementation of Brightspot
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?
Brightspot gives editors even more flexibility than before by enabling them to create their own content types in just a few mouse clicks
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.
Brightspot CMS can easily and rapidly become the missing piece of the puzzle in your tech stack, built to be highly extensible in a way that can connect the dots and solve the very specific gaps that you have.
Brightspot frees users from traditional backend complexities involved in data modeling, allowing them to quickly adapt to any future changes.
As a technical leader, finding the right CMS for your organization will require flexibility, and that isn’t always easy for some platforms.