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James Vidler

Partner and developer advocate. Empowering development teams to build amazing solutions on Agility and Azure through training and support.

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  • James Vidler created an article,

    Creating a Page Template for the Agility CMS Create React App

    Page Templates allow you to define the areas (Content Zones) editors can add Modules and exactly where they render in your HTML. In this exercise, we'll be creating a two-column Page Template.  Thi...

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    Page Management in a Headless CMS

    While Agility CMS is a Headless CMS and can boast all the benefits that come with that, there is one area where we take a different approach than others. Page Management. Yep, we are opinionated ab...

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    Deploying your Agility CMS Create React App

      Now that you have your site Agility CMS Create React App running locally, let's deploy it to a static web host. There are many out there, however, our favorite is Netlify. Before we do anything, ...

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    Content Relationships using Linked Content - The Searchlistbox Field

    This guide is intended to introduce you to the Linked Content Searchlistbox field. It assumes that you have some basic knowledge about Linked Content. It builds on what we learned in the Intro to C...

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    Intro to Content Relationships using Linked Content - The Dropdown List Field

    Agility CMS allows you to link content to other content you have created. This is tremendously useful for building relationships in your content architecture. The way in which you relate content is...

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    About the Content Fetch API

    The Content Fetch API is a REST API endpoint for all of your Content and Pages in your Agility CMS instance. It is hosted and maintained by Agility and does not require any setup or other web hosts...

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    Creating new Content Types and Fetching Content

    Agility CMS gives you the ability to create content using a variety of built-in fields (or custom fields), and create relationships between content. At the core of this, is Shared Content.  Unlike ...

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    Calling the Content Fetch API using the JavaScript SDK

    While you can use the Content Fetch REST API using any programming language or framework, we've provided an official JavaScript SDK so you can integrate Agility CMS into your JavaScript project qui...

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    Exploring the Content Fetch API using Swagger

    We do our best to provide client SDKs for accessing the Content Fetch API, but we know we'll never be able to keep up with a developer's appetite. We know how critical it is to have a well-document...

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    Retrieving your API Key(s), Guid, and API URL

    Making a call to the Content Fetch API requires that you know your API Key, API URL (if calling the REST API directly over HTTP) or your Guid if you are using an official SDK. See Authenticating yo...

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