JAMStack Content Management with Scott Gallant, Jordan Patterson, and Nolan Phillips
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A content management system (CMS) defines how the content on a website is arranged and presented. The most widely used CMS is WordPress, the open source tool that is written in PHP. A large percentage of the web consists of WordPress sites, and WordPress has a huge ecosystem of plugins and templates.
TinaCMS is one such option. TinaCMS is an acronym for “Tina Is Not A CMS”, and it is a toolkit for content management. Scott Gallant, Jordan Patterson, and Nolan Phillips work on TinaCMS, and they join the show to explore the topic of content management on the JAMStack.
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