Articles

Contensis 10.0 released

This release focuses on bringing content from other systems into content types and entries using our new Management API.

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From Code Mirror to Monaco

Monaco is a browser-based code editor that comes from the same code base as Visual Studio Code and we’re bringing it to the next version of Contensis.

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Bringing consistency to your organisation's content

Creating great content isn't easy. That's why, in Contensis 9, we've introduced a set of tools to help you shape and bring consistency to your content.

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Breaking up content for reuse

In my previous post we used the example of a film to show you how to create a simple content type. In this post I'll outline how we can create relationships between two content types to build a simple content model, and make your content easy to reuse.

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Creating a simple content model in Contensis 9

In preparation of Contensis 9 coming we thought we'd give you a run down on how you can easily model new types of content in Contensis. This simple overview will highlight some of the key features that will help you create future ready content using the new content type builder.

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