Simply copy and paste the following command line in your terminal to create your first Strapi project.
npx create-strapi-app my-project
We are pleased to announce you that Strapi email@example.com is available, with an important new plugin: Users & Permissions!
Alpha.6 has been a major step for Strapi. Thanks to your constructive feedback, we fixed a lot of issues and added some new features.
Users and Permissions plugin is now available in Strapi!
In firstname.lastname@example.org, the admin panel and generated APIs were not secured at all. That was real limitation to deploy Strapi APIs in production. For this specific reason, hundreds of you have been waiting for this new plugin.
From now, Authentication and Permissions management are out-of-the-box features:
Thanks to this new plugin, you are now able to secure the admin panel and each endpoint of your API, within a few clicks.
This way, you can for example restrict entry creation to administrators but allow data fetch for anonymous users.
Let's see how it works:
Looking forward to try this new version?
1$ npm i strapi@alpha -g
1$ strapi -v
It should print
Create your first project:
1$ strapi new my-app
Start your server:
1 2$ cd my-app $ strapi start
Here are the necessary steps to migrate:
npm i strapi@alpha -g.
strapi new my-app.
adminfrom this new project to your existing project.
Some of you won a t-shirt during email@example.com release.
This time, it could be yours, so try 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 January 10th at 12:00am Paris time.
The next release will include plugin installation from the admin panel. Also, because SQL usage with Strapi is currently not intuitive, we are going to offer a better CLI user experience (database type prompt and table structure verification). Last be not least, relations between the app and plugins models are currently not possible, which will be fixed.
API usage analytics is crucial for every company. For that specific reason, we plan to offer, at the end of January, a brand new plugin called Analytics. Thanks to it, you will be able to get unique and precise insights about what your users do with your API. Please contact us if you want to be part of the beta program.
Many of you gave us a list of wanted features. However, it becomes difficult to quantify these requests to prioritize the development of the next feature. To improve that, we are going to add a new page on the website. This page, inspired by the Webpack's Vote system, will allow all of you to up-vote, down-vote, and suggest features you would like in Strapi.
In the meantime, please comment on this article to let us know what features you would like next.
PS: don't forget to share our latest tweet to win a t-shirt!
The Strapi Team
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!