Roadmaps typically offer a pretty bland experience. You click, you read, you leave.
dotCMS customers, on the other hand, have a new, interactive roadmap to play with. As of today, you can submit new ideas to the dotCMS team, vote on the importance of new features, and check out what’s under consideration.
According to dotCMS, their top three goals for the roadmap portal are to:
- “Welcome product feedback and ideas from both customers and the greater CMS community and use this feedback to help shape and prioritize dotCMS product development.
- Inform customers, prospective customers, users, and fans of the latest exciting news in dotCMS product and feature development.
- Promote Transparency of the current and future dotCMS product development roadmap. As a part of the open-source community, we welcome the responsibility to reveal insight into our short-term and long-term development efforts.”
Elsewhere, Core dna appoints a new CEO, developers on Reddit spill the beans about what they’re using to build websites, and LEGO goes headless.
A more engaging way for customers and users to help continuously improve dotCMS.
Fireside with DXP Report: Vojtech Boril of Kontent.ai
Things that caught our eye
- [Video] Why Are Global Brands Embracing Headless Commerce?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5ZJJMEDjbc&ab_channel=SalesforceHulk
- Headless CMS and SEO: Decoded by Search Engine Journal.
- Netlify Gets Edgy: Netlify adds edge transformation to help brands deliver personalization at scale.
- Sitecore to Reveal Fan-making Formula: At Dubai’s GITEX 2022 event in October, Sitecore will demonstrate how personalized experiences can turn customers into fans.
- LEGO Goes Headless: “We wanted something that was completely headless…”
The word on the street...
- [Reddit] What are people using these days to build commercial small scale websites?: Reddit’s web devs speak about static sites, Netlify, Processwire, and more.
- [Reddit] The hidden side of a headless CMS?: A whole lot of questions that need answering.
- [Reddit] Monolithic Vs Composable Commerce: Why are Shopify and Magento still so far ahead?
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