Building self-hosted, customizable, and performant content API has never been easier.
Forever. The entire codebase is available on GitHub and maintained by hundreds of contributors.
Easily customize the admin panel as well as the API. Extend your content management with custom plugins, in seconds.
Consume the API from any client (React, Vue, Angular), mobile apps or even IoT devices, using REST or GraphQL.
Don’t give up on data privacy or lock yourself in. Keep control of your data and your costs at all time.
Make a flexible data structure in 2 minutes. Use our powerful features to customize your API.
No matter which data structure is the best for your business, you can easily define models and add relations to create rich layout experiences.
Once you have created your content architecture, you can start telling engaging stories. Allow cross-functional teams to deliver content faster no matter your industries, use cases, locations, devices, and channels.
Focus your talent on what matters. You can integrate individual best-in-class services by third-party vendors and connect any framework of your choice.
You can use a standard RESTful API or GraphQL to query your content. Based on Apollo, our GraphQL plugin offers a full compatibility with the whole GraphQL ecosystem.
We partner with the best hosting platforms for a smooth and seamless deployment. All you have to do is choose the platform and use the 1-click deploy button.
Connect your favorite databases, frontend frameworks, or static site generators. Choose where you want to host your websites. Integrate with your favorite tools, and work with the best of each world. No vendor lock-in.
Gatsby is a blazing fast modern site generator for React.
Nuxt.js is a free and open-source web application framework based on Vue.js, Node.js, Webpack, and Babel.js.
Next.js is a minimalistic framework for server-rendered React applications as well as statically exported React apps.
Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source web application framework led by the Angular Team at Google and by a community of individuals and corporations.
Strapi has turned out to be a great choice so far: technical setup was really quick, and in a few days we were able to have a drafted site up & running, leveraging Strapi main functionalities.
Anybody can download Strapi and run it on their own server. You can then develop your front end, fetch content in your mobile app using the Strapi API and more.
Authentication, database management and security have always been blockers to creating more extensive APIs. Since using Strapi I don’t have any of these concerns and am now free to develop features without worrying about repeating the basics.
Just think of the code you would have to write just for a REST API with relationships, JWT authentication, roles, error handling and so much more. We do it all here from a GUI. There are pros and cons to using a CMS vs custom code, but Strapi is also easy to customize if needed. Awesome technology.