|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Builder||5,621||2||64||4 days ago||1,138||August 08, 2023||116||mit||TypeScript|
|Drag and drop headless CMS for React, Vue, Svelte, Qwik, and more|
|Plasmic||2,793||a day ago||41||mit||TypeScript|
|Visual page builder and web design tool for any website or web app tech stack|
|Example Gatsby + Decap CMS project|
|Gatsby Starter Lumen||1,951||3||12 hours ago||1||November 07, 2019||24||mit||TypeScript|
|A constantly evolving and thoughtful architecture for creating static blogs with Gatsby.|
|Awesome Jamstack||1,280||a month ago||4|
|Carefully curated list of awesome Jamstack resources|
|Gatsby+MDX • Transformers, CMS UI Extensions, and Ecosystem Components for ambitious projects|
|Modern full stack CMS. Built with Gatsby, GraphQL, AWS Amplify, and Serverless technologies.|
|Gatsby Starter Mate||544||21 days ago||9||mit||TypeScript|
|An accessible and fast portfolio starter for Gatsby integrated with Contentful CMS|
|Calpa's Blog (GatsbyJS Starter X Netlify CMS)|
|A starter project for creating lightning-fast websites with Gatsby v2 and Netlify-CMS v2 + Uploadcare intergration.|
Note: This starter uses Gatsby v4.
gatsby-plugin-imagewith Decap CMS preview support
Decap CMS can run in any frontend web environment, but the quickest way to try it out is by running it on a pre-configured starter site with Netlify. The example here is the Kaldi coffee company template (adapted from One Click Hugo CMS). Use the button below to build and deploy your own copy of the repository:
After clicking that button, youll authenticate with GitHub and choose a repository name. Netlify will then automatically create a repository in your GitHub account with a copy of the files from the template. Next, it will build and deploy the new site on Netlify, bringing you to the site dashboard when the build is complete. Next, youll need to set up Netlifys Identity service to authorize users to log in to the CMS.
Pulldown a local copy of the Github repository Netlify created for you, with the name you specified in the previous step
$ git clone https://github.com/[GITHUB_USERNAME]/[REPO_NAME].git $ cd [REPO_NAME] $ yarn $ netlify dev # or ntl dev
This uses Netlify Dev CLI feature to serve any functions you have in the
To test the CMS locally, you'll need to run a production build of the site:
$ npm run build $ netlify dev # or ntl dev
Media Libraries have been included in this starter as a default. If you are not planning to use
Cloudinary in your project, you can remove them from module import and registration in
src/cms/cms.js. Here is an example of the lines to comment or remove them your project.
import CMS from "netlify-cms-app"; // import uploadcare from 'netlify-cms-media-library-uploadcare' // import cloudinary from 'netlify-cms-media-library-cloudinary' import AboutPagePreview from "./preview-templates/AboutPagePreview"; import BlogPostPreview from "./preview-templates/BlogPostPreview"; import ProductPagePreview from "./preview-templates/ProductPagePreview"; import IndexPagePreview from "./preview-templates/IndexPagePreview"; // CMS.registerMediaLibrary(uploadcare); // CMS.registerMediaLibrary(cloudinary); CMS.registerPreviewTemplate("index", IndexPagePreview); CMS.registerPreviewTemplate("about", AboutPagePreview); CMS.registerPreviewTemplate("products", ProductPagePreview); CMS.registerPreviewTemplate("blog", BlogPostPreview);
Note: Don't forget to also remove them from
npm. During the build netlify-cms-app will bundle the media libraries as well, having them removed will save you build time.
yarn remove netlify-cms-media-library-uploadcare
yarn remove netlify-cms-media-library-cloudinary
$ gatsby new [SITE_DIRECTORY_NAME] https://github.com/decaporg/gatsby-starter-decap-cms/ $ cd [SITE_DIRECTORY_NAME] $ npm run build $ npm run start
Follow the Decap CMS Quick Start Guide to set up authentication, and hosting for production.
If you want use Decap CMS locally, run the site in one terminal with
npm run start and in another
Terminal you can use
npx netlify-cms-proxy-server which proxy requests so you'll be automatically logged
in as a user on http:localhost:3000/admin.
Windows users, who aren't using WSL, might encounter
node-gyp errors when trying to npm install.
To resolve, make sure that you have both Python 2.7 and the Visual C++ build environment installed.
npm config set python python2.7 npm install --global --production windows-build-tools
MacOS and WSL users who might also encounter some errors, check node-gyp for more info. We recommend using the latest stable node version.
Contributions are always welcome, no matter how large or small. Before contributing, please read the code of conduct.