Simply copy and paste the following command line in your terminal to create your first Strapi project.
StrapiConf was our biggest event yet, a one day event for the Strapi Community to deep dive on Strapi’s use cases, best practices and integrations. With over 30 breakout sessions and workshops from Strapi users, customers and partners, chances are that you have not seen it all yet.
The presentations were split into 3 tracks to make sure there was something for everyone no matter their expertise levels and so much to learn.
Today, we’re happy to share all the individual videos and talk illustrations for the Adopt Track so that you can learn Headless CMS best practices through exciting case studies of companies using Strapi at scale, in production.
For the first talk, we all virtually travelled to Germany to learn how to build a weather alarm app with Strapi and Ionic.
Learn Strapi best practices from the person who has built the Strapi company website: Marion Ott, Frontend developer from Unlikely.
In this talk, Smartshore Ability, a Strapi Partner based in the Netherlands, explained how they integrated Strapi with 7 other microservices and managed almost one Million articles in Strapi for Reformatorisch Dagblad, a daily Dutch newspaper.
In this session, Anisha Malde from IBM is sharing her Strapi journey from 0 to Production in 60 days. Anisha explained how she overcame COVID19 challenges and built a showcase platform for the students of UAL to upload and display their work for the world.
Our next speaker is Arlene Zavala, IT Project Manager with over 5 years of experience in Project Management and Change Management in the IT and Hotel industry. In her lightning talk, Arlene reveals how Strapi boosted Productivity and Team Velocity at Sandals Resort.
Next up is Stanislav Mihić, Senior Software Engineer at Minus5, the company that powers the largest betting company in Croatia. In this talk, Stanislav describes how Strapi empowers not only tech teams but marketing teams as well.
In this session, Ekene Eze from Netlify demystified all the misconceptions about the JAMstack architecture and how we’re entering into a more dynamic era.
Last but not least, Chris Sevilleja from Digital Ocean showed how to build a Jamstack site with Strapi and Next.js in 25 minutes.
Victor Coisne is VP Marketing at Strapi, the leading Open Source Headless CMS. As an open-source and developer community enthusiast, Victor has been working for Open Core B2B companies for more than a decade including 5+ years as Head of Community at Docker. In his free time, Victor enjoys spending time with friends, wine tasting, playing chess, tennis or soccer.