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In a world where mobile apps, single page applications and API-based companies are the new normal, what a content management solution needs to do to adapt.
This talk will present 2 years of real world experience using Plone as the CMS component for companies that require some level of content management but integrated with their core solutions.

In a world where mobile apps, single page applications and API-based companies are the new normal, what a content management solution needs to do to adapt.
This talk will present 2 years of real world experience using Plone as the CMS component for companies that require some level of content management but integrated with their core solutions.

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  1. 1. The Headless CMS Érico Andrei | CTO Briefy.co Plone Conference 20th October 2016 Berlin/Boston
  2. 2. Why I am here • Former Plone consultant • Former Plone trainer • Former Plone evangelist • Former Plone developer • Current Plone user
  3. 3. (my) last time @ Plone Conf Bristol, 2014
  4. 4. since then
  5. 5. –Andre Lutter, CEO & Founder Briefy „Briefy is a technology driven marketplace that simplifies the way businesses manage the global content creation of photography and virtual reality. Instantly and scalable.“
  6. 6. a common challenge
  7. 7. API ImagesCMS Notifications Core App Payments Documents Mobile
 Registration Partner Integrations User Mgmt
  8. 8. is there another way?
  9. 9. and you find out, there are…
  10. 10. in common (tech version)
  11. 11. and (why) I used Plone for that
  12. 12. Some reasons are better than others • Avoiding more custom PHP development • Batteries included • I’m still quite productive with Plone • And …
  13. 13. Did not look for hosted solutions
  14. 14. and I still use Plone…
  15. 15. All good reasons • One API endpoint • Better control over performance issues • Integration with front-end development is essential
  16. 16. and now I have 4 Plone developers in the team
  17. 17. results
  18. 18. –Kathleen McCaffrey „With little knowledge of developing a website, this CMS meant I quickly felt comfortable navigating the entire website and making content changes - a much more efficient solution for editing texts and media which will really come in use for A/B testing and seasonal campaigns. Brilliantly simple and clear!“
  19. 19. –Yael Biran „Ideal solution! Within a couple of days we had a live website, which was impressive and consistent across pages. The CMS gives us the flexibility to change all content at any given time.““
  20. 20. –Leo Chow „So much better than Wordpress!“
  21. 21. –Alina Muller „Come on, I used it only once!“
  22. 22. under the hood
  23. 23. Content types • Dexterity content types • Some custom types • Image gallery • Team roster • Composite page • Container for rows of blocks • i.e: Jumbotron block
  24. 24. Behaviours • Canonical URL • Robots • Social metadata • Menu / site config
  25. 25. Building blocks • plone.restapi • plone.app.multilingual • Policy package • PyCharm • AWS/Kubernetes/Deis • Thumbor
  26. 26. Thumbor • Image Server • Cropping, Filters, Transforms • OpenCV • Event subscribers
  27. 27. lessons for Plone
  28. 28. Questions? Oliver says hi!
  29. 29. Special thanks Alina Muller @mompfkopf
  30. 30. Thank you Érico Andrei
 @ericof | erico@briefy.co | https://briefy.co

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