The year is coming to an end and looking back, we can't help but think about what a year it's been! We have published over 115 blog posts, with over 30 of these being direct contributions from Community members under the Write for the Community Program, it's been a tough year and for many, the posts from our blog have, even in the most minute way possible, made their lives easy. Confinement and lockdown meant a lot of people did a lot of reading. In this article, we're going to take a look at the 10 most popular blog posts published on the Strapi Blog in 2020. You might just uncover some gems lost in time 😉
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We can't ignore the fact that time played a significant role in making these posts as widely read as they were. Given that understanding, we've got a few posts that we think need a little more attention from everyone 😉
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Hopefully, this helps you do some holiday reading or serves as a just distraction or helps you learn something new. We appreciate you finding the time to engage with the content we put out and look forward to more of the same and better next year. Have a great one ❤