Also known as a headless CMS, an API CMS, a content platform, a disruptive content-as-a-service digital experience...basically we've built a tool that lets you choose your technology, framework, and language and then easily manage your content.
A tool built to allow your content, design, and development teams to produce a finished product that they can all be proud of.
Model custom types to match your desired design. Create reusable fields and custom components (we call them Slices...you'll hear us talk about them a lot) to enable dynamic layouts and build the editor experience that you want.
Once you've managed the initial setup, you can hand the management over to your content team so that editors can start filling content while you're choosing the framework. With Prismic, creating beautiful content becomes simple enough that even non-technical employees can handle it.
Every framework has its own properties and advantages, fast rendering, SEO, ease of deployment or progressive enhancement. Prismic integrates with every framework so that you can choose the best fit for your project
Next is a great choice if you are familiar with React but want static-site generation, server-side rendering, and Serverless deployment.Read more
Gatsby is an extremely popular static site generator based on React. It offers a great developer experience thanks to a huge selection of plugins.Read more
Unlike a traditional CMS, an API-based approach is much simpler and more secure. This includes options for REST, GraphQL, and SDKs that help our users to make the most of Prismic.
We offer a high-level SLAs, scalability, and a global CDN. We'll make sure that everything is running smoothly in the background so that you can focus on your projects.
Built by developers for developers - we actively engage with the community. Enjoy content that is created specifically for our community and join our Slack to discuss your Prismic projects.
It's not an easy decision to make, so we've made some videos to help you choose everything from your framework to your CMS.