Today is a new major step for Strapi: this is the official release of Strapi email@example.com!
A lot of work has been achieved over the last few weeks.
GET /user?_sort=email&_start=10&_limit=10). These filters are usable from any generated API.
strapi-admindependencies: Every admin panel and plugins dependencies have been updated to their latest versions.
The React licence switch (from BSD+Patents to MIT) is a very reassuring news for Strapi.
Define the data structure of your API, create relations and generate code according to your needs within a few clicks.
Auto-generated content interface. Discover, create and edit the data managed by your API.
Read the Getting Started guide to install and try it out!
The brand new Strapi website is live: https://strapi.io/!
The website has been redesigned from scratch. We made our best to explain as well as possible what is Strapi and how to use it. We hope you will like it!
Feel free to give us your feedback.
The documentation has been totally rewritten and is finally available.
In order to make your first steps easier, we decided to adopt the following structure:
By doing that, we hope to onboard more efficiently the incoming users and describe more precisely advanced usages.
The documentation is hosted on GitHub in the monorepository: https://github.com/strapi/strapi/tree/master/docs.
This makes contributions much easier and allows versioning across releases. We have chosen the amazing Gitbook documentation generator to generate HTML files from markdown.
If you want to suggest modifications, or even translate the documentation in another languages, pull requests are welcome.
If you are, or has been, a v1 user, you'll probably want to migrate your project(s) to v3. Transition can be difficult, but the migration guide is available.
As you may have seen on Twitter, we received our new t-shirts.
Today you have the opportunity to win one of the three available t-shirts by retweeting our latest tweet.
Three winners will be drawn among people having retweeted our latest tweet before November 1st 12:00pm Paris time.
Feel free to give a try to this new version. More than ever, we are looking forward to get your feedback. Please let us know what you think about the new version, the website (design, wording, etc.) and the documentation (structure, content, etc.).
Pierre created Strapi with Aurélien and Jim back in 2015. He's a strong believer in open-source, remote and people-first organizations. You can also find him regularly windsurfing or mountain-biking!