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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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  • Multi-Language Guide

      This guide will walk you through setting up a language, choosing a language context methodology, and language toggle options.   Add Your Language(s) First, you will need to add a new language (if...

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  • Getting Started with Gatsby and Agility CMS

      Note This guide is meant for developers. Want to learn why Agility CMS and Gatsby work so well together? Gatsby is optimized for speed and is easy to integrate with a variety of data sources. Wi...

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  • Introduction to Nuxt.js and Agility CMS

    With Nuxt.js and Agility CMS, it's never been easier to build a fast and beautiful website for your users while also providing an unmatched experience for both your Editors and Developers. With our...

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  • Introduction to Gatsby and Agility CMS

     Agility CMS now integrates with Gatsby Cloud! Get started with fast previews, incremental builds, and deployment integrations. Building a Gatsby site with Agility CMS provides a best-in-class ex...

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  • Enterprise SSO: SAML Identity Provider Integration

    Agility CMS supports Single Sign On with any authentication provider who adheres to the SAML protocol. This guide is intended for IT administrators who need to configure Single Sign on with Agility...

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  • How Page Templates work in Gatsby

    Page Templates in Agility CMS are how developers can differentiate the styles of certain types of pages, and define where on the page that editors can add Modules (functional components of the page...

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  • How Pages Work in Gatsby

    We believe that Editors  (you know, the folks actually creating content) should have full control over their website pages and not rely on a developer.  The gatsby-source-agilitycms plugin makes it...

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  • How Images Work in Gatsby

    Where possible, we always recommend storing your images in Agility CMS's Assets area. These are automatically deployed to a CDN and support basic image transcoding via query-strings. You can simply...

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  • Resolving Linked Content in Gatsby GraphQL

    While you are sourcing and querying content in gatsby, you are likely to come across a scenario where you need to retrieve a content item and its related content. In Agility CMS, Linked Content fie...

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  • How Page Modules Work in Gatsby

    Page Modules in Agility CMS are the functional components that make up a page. Editors use these to compose what type of content is on each page and in what order they appear. Developers define wha...

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