CMS Glossary: Asset

This blog post provides perspective on the term asset as it is used in content management systems, specifically the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS. This post is a member of the following glossary: [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index – Deliverystack.net An asset consists of a binary resource and text metadata about that resource, such asContinue reading “CMS Glossary: Asset”

CMS Glossary: Block

This blog post provides perspective on the term block as it is used in content management systems, specifically the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. This post is a member of the following glossary: [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index – Deliverystack.net A block is a group of fields. A content type can define a block structureContinue reading “CMS Glossary: Block”

CMS Glossary: Field

This blog post provides perspective on the term field as it is used in content management systems, specifically the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. This post is a member of the following glossary: [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index – Deliverystack.net A field is an individual data element within an entry, where an entry is aContinue reading “CMS Glossary: Field”

CMS Glossary: Field Type

This blog post provides perspective on the term field type as it is used in content management systems, specifically the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS. This post is a member of the following glossary: [Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index – Deliverystack.net The type of a field determines the basic function, appearance, storage format, and configurationContinue reading “CMS Glossary: Field Type”

[Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index

This blog post is a permanent work-in-progress that intends to provide an index of posts in a glossary of terms and acronyms used in the content management industry. Some of these entries and explanations are specific to, or use examples from, the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. If you know of additional relevant terms or resources,Continue reading “[Contentstack] [SaaS] [Headless] CMS Glossary Index”

The Big Lie in the Headless CMS World

The big lie in the headless CMS world is that the channel doesn’t matter. I don’t mean that multichannel or omnichannel doesn’t matter. All channels matter or we would not invest in them, and no headless vendor should focus on the web as the only channel. Still, for most of our real-world implementations, the webContinue reading “The Big Lie in the Headless CMS World”

All About the URL Field in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post contains all the information that I have been able to gather about the URL field in the Contentstack SaaS headless content management system. If you have questions or additional information about the URL field, please comment on this blog post. Read the Contentstack documentation for the URL field: About URL field |Continue reading “All About the URL Field in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”

.NET 6: Normalize JSON Before Deserialization with the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post demonstrates how to use .NET 6 to modify JSON from the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS before deserialization of that data to entry models, which are .NET types arranged to match the structure of the JSON. .NET Core Headless CMS Entry Models and Entry Model Classes – Deliverystack.net Almost any use of aContinue reading “.NET 6: Normalize JSON Before Deserialization with the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”

.NET 6: Modify JSON in Memory with the System.Text.Json.Nodes Namespace

This blog post contains some notes to help me remember how to use the System.Text.Json.Nodes namespace in .NET 6 and beyond to modify JSON in memory. The C# code that I previously migrated from Newtonsoft.Json to System.Text.Json serialized and deserialized between objects and JSON, but never explicitly updated the JSON. Recently, I had a needContinue reading “.NET 6: Modify JSON in Memory with the System.Text.Json.Nodes Namespace”

Previewing without Publishing in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS

This blog post describes an experimental technique that uses content delivery APIs to access content management environments in the Contentstack SaaS headless CMS. For solutions that use a limited subset of content delivery APIs, this approach could support CMS previewing environments that render saved content immediately, without the need to publish those changes to aContinue reading “Previewing without Publishing in the Contentstack SaaS Headless CMS”