Three Major Phases for Data Access in Headless Content Management Solutions

This blog post provides some information about the three major phases for data access in content delivery solution lifecycles for headless content management solutions. If you have additional perspective on this topic, please comment on this blog post. For background information, see this previous blog post: SaaS Headless CMS Components, Responsibilities, and Phases for DataContinue reading “Three Major Phases for Data Access in Headless Content Management Solutions”

SaaS Headless CMS Components, Responsibilities, and Phases for Data Access

This blog post explains the following diagram that describes responsibilities for components in a SaaS headless content management implementation and the three main phases at which customer solutions can retrieve data from the CMS. To make it easier to understand, this diagram intentionally omits systems often integrated with solutions that involve content management systems, suchContinue reading “SaaS Headless CMS Components, Responsibilities, and Phases for Data Access”

Prototype Content Delivery .NET Typed Clients for the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post describes a prototype for a .NET typed client that accesses HTTPS content delivery services that return JSON from the Contentstack SaaS headless content management system. This post also contains some important notes about appsettings.json and exceptions in Blazor, which I understand uses JavaScript and some JavaScript components to run C# as WebAssemblyContinue reading “Prototype Content Delivery .NET Typed Clients for the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”

One Hundred deliverystack.net Blog Posts!

This post simply celebrates the fact that it is approximately the hundredth on this blog since I started writing it in July of 2020. I highly suggest that everyone blog. You do not need to invest much, and the result can be far from perfect. Just write whatever you want, whenever you feel like it.Continue reading “One Hundred deliverystack.net Blog Posts!”

Manage Custom Media Metadata in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post provides some perspectives about managing custom metadata for media assets stored in the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. I do not have anything implemented as I do not have any related requirements; these are just some ideas that I wanted to write down while I was thinking about the topic. If anyone isContinue reading “Manage Custom Media Metadata in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”

Call Contentstack HTTPS JSON APIs from ASP.NET Blazor Clients

This blog post provides pointers for calling HTTP APIs that return JSON from ASP.NET Blazor client applications, specifically using the Contentstack SaaS headless content management system. If I understand correctly, with Blazor, developers can write C# code that runs as WebAssembly in the browser. Update 20.April.2021: For a more comprehensive explanation and more robust code,Continue reading “Call Contentstack HTTPS JSON APIs from ASP.NET Blazor Clients”

Cool Tools for [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] [CMS] [.NET] Developers

This blog post lists tools that can improve productivity for developers, especially those working with .NET and headless content management systems. Microsoft Windows 10: Even though I do not need to reinstall Windows every few months anymore, I might move to Linux completely if Microsoft Office and Visual Studio could run without Windows. I tryContinue reading “Cool Tools for [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] [CMS] [.NET] Developers”

All About Validation with the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post contains information about validating data with the Contentstack SaaS headless content management system. Throughout the system, roles and access rights validate which users can perform what operations. Contentstack provides some basic field validation options. Content Validations: Types of Validation Checks (contentstack.com) In each global field and content type, each field can beContinue reading “All About Validation with the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”

Setting Field Values Programmatically in SaaS Headless Content Management Systems

This blog post suggests a technique for setting field values programmatically in entries as they move through workflows in SaaS headless content management systems, specifically considering my experiences with the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. Full disclosure: I wrote it some time ago, moved on, forgot about it, never reviewed it, and published it to clearContinue reading “Setting Field Values Programmatically in SaaS Headless Content Management Systems”

Use Windows Terminal for Visual Studio Run and Debug

This blog post explains how get Visual Studio to use Windows Terminal to run and debug your projects rather than using the Windows console. Right-click project and select properties. Click the Debug tab. Create a new profile. Set Launch set to Executable. Set Executable to the full path to the Windows Terminal executable (maybe C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsApps\wt.exe).Continue reading “Use Windows Terminal for Visual Studio Run and Debug”