TLDR: We are replicating our `/api` endpoint in 2 regions (Europe, Australia) for all users on February 26, 2022. If you’re in Europe, Asia, or Oceania, this will decrease the response time of all `/api` queries by more than 60%. This should be transparent for you, except if you’re using the tag array passed in the /api request. If you’re using the tag array please, read more about it in the “What do I need to do?” section below.
Validation mechanisms and required fields are a hotly debated topic in our team and throughout our community. These two features stand amongst the top requested features and yet they have never been implemented. (Which might seem especially strange given how relatively simple it is to build them.)
(I'm already writing this text is in the new version of the editor.)
So many developers told us that they want a GraphQL API in Prismic! We had no choice but to make it the priority.
After some beta testing (a big thank you goes to everyone who contributed to it), shareable previews are live.
A quick reminder for those who haven’t used slices yet: slices are reusable content components that can be inserted into any custom type. Slices are good for recurring content elements that appear across different pages of a website: for example, a “headline + image + text paragraph” section that can appear on different landing pages with different layouts. The point of slices is to enable creating new pages without writing new code – so that content managers can create new pages independently.
At Prismic, we have the chance to meet with marketing and editorial teams from companies like Deliveroo, Made or The Container Store every day. Thanks to these interactions, we are constantly learning how to build a better product that fits their needs, whether it is for a corporate website, an e-commerce platform marketing or for their campaigns.
Today, we have started deploying a new little feature that allows developers to define a default value for a select field.
Today, we are thrilled to officially annonce the release of a long awaited feature: the new Content Slices Builder
Since the beginning, prismic.io has provided a powerful publication scheduling and management tool called releases.
We recently released a design refresh for several components of our writing room including the media gallery, the settings page and the dashboard.
A long awaited feature has been deployed in your repositories.
A new update is hitting beta today. We've completely rebuilt our RichText editor, this comes with some major improvements and changes in the design.
A long awaited feature is now available, multi-language and localisation is hitting production! This will allow creating and publishing content in multiple languages.
When you build a website or an app you may want to be informed whenever you update your content. This is good for sending notifications, trigger a publication in social media, invalidate your cache, etc.
Defining relationships between custom types is a pretty handy way to managing links between your web pages. Let's say you define a product custom type which you can link to a certain category or collection.
A frequent need from a CMS is some mechanism to define reusable components in the style of Wordpress's Visual Composer. Reusable components allow you to visualy compose rich layouts like composable landing-pages, case studies, rich stories (medium like), etc.