We’re excited to announce a new round of our Prismic Early Access Program cohort, Slice Machine Upgrade 2022, which focuses on new features for editing and interacting with mock data while testing your Slices.
We’re excited to announce the first Prismic Early Access Program cohort, Gatsby Refresh 2022, which focuses on upgrading Prismic’s Gatsby integration.
We’re excited to announce the Prismic Early Access Program — a new program that gives developers first access to Prismic’s latest features, tools, and product updates.
Here's a recap of everything that happened during our Release Week. This includes announcements about new developer tools, improvements to our documentation and community resources, and more.
we’ve released the new Hire a Developer section on our site to help these clients find you. To give marketing teams that extra confidence and excitement about working with every freelancer or agency listed on this page, we are also adding our seal of approval to your work, making accepted applicants certified Prismic Partners.
Over the last few months, the Prismic team has been working hard on several new initiatives and improvements to the ways we gather as a community and the documentation we provide to guide your next Prismic project.
We're introducing big improvements for TypeScript, more powerful and performant images in Next.js, and snippets to speed up your workflow.
Slice Machine is a new tool by Prismic with one goal: to empower website developers to build flexible, production-ready, CMS-backed websites more quickly than ever before.
Nuxt 3’s new link component comes with exciting new features: New
Preview helpers in our Next.js integration, @prismicio/next, make it easier than ever to integrate Next.js’s Preview Mode into your app.
We’re excited to introduce @prismicio/next: an integration between Prismic and Next.js to make your developer experience smoother. Prismic already supports previews with Next.js; however, we’re using this library as a way to standardize the setup process, with more improvements planned for the future.
Ever wondered what it's like to build a SaaS product? Get an inside look at why we decided to build out our Slice Simulator feature.
Slice Machine is the local build tool that will make Prismic every developer's favorite CMS. We're constantly striving to improve developer experience.
We are replicating our /api endpoint in 2 regions (Europe, Australia) for all users on the 26th of February. 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.
We’ve moved the documentation for PHP, Laravel, .NET, Java, and Ruby to their respective GitHub repositories.
This version brings support for Gatsby 4 and ergonomic improvements that make using Prismic in your Gatsby projects even easier.
Developing with Prismic and Gatsby just got a whole lot more powerful. The version 4.0 release brings new features and refinements to make working with Prismic and Gatsby easier than ever.
Nuxt just released its new module: Nuxt Image. In this post we'll discover what it does and give it a try by improving a gallery website with responsive images!