Features blog posts

  • Graphic showing components managed by Bookshop being used in multiple websites

    Introducing Bookshop: component-driven workflow for static websites


    6 October 2021

    We’re delighted to launch Bookshop: an open-source framework to speed up development and reduce maintenance on static websites by developing components in isolation. Building and maintaining high-performing informational websites have their...

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  • Graphical illustration showing the Hugo logo and a happy scientist at a microscope.

    Getting Hugo support out of beta

    Nathan Kennedy

    1 September 2021

    Since the dawn of time — well, since around 2015 — CloudCannon has been the best CMS for Jekyll by far. But we weren’t content with being a one-trick pony....

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  • Graphic showing CloudCannon logo and Eleventy logo together

    Eleventy (11ty) Support in CloudCannon


    3 August 2021

    We’re incredibly excited to announce the launch of Eleventy support in CloudCannon. Eleventy is the third static site generator we’re offering to our users — and over the past several...

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  • A richly glowing laptop screen, partially opened.

    Improving the headless CMS


    16 July 2021

    Headless CMSs are enticing many developers away from top-heavy and resource-intensive CMSs like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. But what is a headless CMS, and why should you use one? The...

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  • Upgrading our build flow for Jamstack

    Upgrading our build flow for Jamstack

    Dave Strydom

    23 June 2021

    Our journey towards becoming a more powerful Jamstack platform takes a huge step forward with the upgrade to our new, flexible build automation flow.  The update covers interface improvements to...

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  • Why we are removing Dropbox from CloudCannon

    Dropping support for Dropbox


    10 March 2021

    In 2015, CloudCannon started as a humble static site platform, bringing all the aspects of site management into one place. We knew that syncing files was a key part of...

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  • Illustration of CloudCannon's and Hugo's logos

    Hugo Support in CloudCannon

    Mike Neumegen

    3 March 2021

    Hugo Support in CloudCannon I’m delighted to announce the public beta of Hugo support in CloudCannon. Hugo is our second static site generator and it represents a major step towards...

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  • light trails of traffic driving on road at night time

    Make your websites faster with CloudCannon

    Mike Neumegen

    19 November 2019

    The speed of your website impacts many aspects of your business. Google found that going from a load time of one second to five increased the bounce rate by 90%....

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  • two one way street signs pointing at different directions

    Introducing Subpaths

    Mike Neumegen

    30 September 2019

    Subdomains are a great way to separate different sections of your site. You might have your blog at blog.example.com, your docs at docs.example.com while keeping your main marketing site at...

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  • connected call switchboards with wiring illuminated neon blue

    GitLab syncing support

    Mike Neumegen

    29 July 2019

    We’ve seen GitLab grow from a self hosted alternative to GitHub to an entire suite of tools to build and deploy software used by some of the largest companies in...

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  • View up to a celling with walls of lights that are on reaching from the celling to the floor

    Managing complex content with Array Structures

    Mike Neumegen

    22 May 2019

    At CloudCannon, we’re always looking for ways to offload content management from developers and empower editors to make changes themselves. Enabling editors to build their own pages with complex elements...

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  • Computer screen with a Git client showing branches and commits on a project.

    Bringing Git Workflows to Editors

    Mike Neumegen

    8 May 2019

    In the past we’ve talked about our mission of bringing publishing workflows to non-technical editors. This post is an update on some interesting new CloudCannon features bringing us closer to...

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