We developed a demo project in 12 different technologies while following the best practices for each of them. This way, learning about the product only takes five minutes, and the project shows how easy it is to integrate the CMS in these technologies.
ButterCMS is a headless CMS with an easy-to-use marketing dashboard and a blazing-fast content API for a modern digital experience.
ButterCMS provides an API and some SDKs to make integration as easy as possible. We were asked to create sample projects that are visually the same but use different technologies to retrieve the same data that a user gets immediately after registering in ButterCMS. The goal is to show potential ButterCMS users that integrating this product is super simple and fast.
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We had to find the right people with experience in the different technologies that ButterCMS requested. Despite their growing popularity, getting started with some of these technologies was hard; sometimes we ran into bugs or limits of a given technology, and at other times we had to figure out how to implement a specific functionality effectively in each tech stack.
We got some assets so that we could start development faster. Mostly we had to implement some features concerning the specifics of the defined technology. The difference between technologies that generate static files and those that offer dynamic delivery presented the biggest challenge. Each approach requires different procedures to ensure that the maximum potential of a given tech stack is always reached and that the best practices are followed.
We created 12 open-source sample applications for ButterCMS that make the most of each technology. It takes approximately 5 minutes to create an account and try out a sample project in the developer’s chosen technology. Each demo application took about 4 days to develop on average.