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Next.js and SvelteKit support in CloudCannon

CloudCannon

7 October 2021

In the lead-up to Jamstack Conf 2021, our dev team has been pretty busy behind the scenes at CloudCannon, and we’re beyond excited to announce the launch of our support...

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Making a Page Builder with CloudCannon

Jordan Trbuhovic

7 October 2021

Page builders give editors an intuitive and easy way to manage and build websites. All editing can be done within CloudCannon’s Visual Editor in real time. Live editing on CloudCannon...

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Illustration showing hands juggling the three logos of the static site generators Hugo, Jekyll and Eleventy.

Choosing a static site generator with zero experience

David Large

2 September 2021

Part 3: Choices, choices, choices In which we wonder why anything else would even be considered. I’m hoping I don’t have to re-introduce CloudCannon’s Git-based CMS. Suffice it to say...

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How Ruby on Rails uses Jekyll to build their marketing site

CloudCannon

29 November 2021

CloudCannon uses Rails for our backend and I can say that it is an absolute joy to work with. In this showcase, we’ll deconstruct the Ruby on Rails marketing website...

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Updated input configuration for your workflows

CloudCannon

26 November 2021

As your CloudCannon sites grow progressively larger, you’ll want to configure more and more inputs. Our previous input configuration required users to redefine their input keys multiple times, spreading the...

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Expansive developer documentation with Hugo

CloudCannon

22 November 2021

Linode is a popular cloud infrastructure platform who run their documentation site on static site generator, Hugo. In this showcase, we’ll see how it’s put together.

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