Inline Editing Revamped

By Kendall Strautman

June 29, 2020

6 weeks ago, we embarked on a dedicated project with the goal of improving Inline Editing. We believe that this way of creating content is the future, and we want to be a driver in actualizing that

Upgrade Notice: Improved GitHub Security

By Joel Huggett

June 23, 2020

We've improved the overall security of our GitHub authentication. Below is an explanation of the changes and further down are the steps required to upgrade to the new authentication flow. TinaCMS

Software Engineering Daily Talks TinaCMS

By Kendall Strautman

April 30, 2020

Recently, our founders, Scott Gallant and Jordan Patterson, along with Lead Tina Developer, Nolan Phillips, sat down with the folks from the Software Engineering Daily Podcast to talk about the CMS

What are Screen Plugins?

By Nolan Phillips & Kendall Strautman

April 9, 2020

Plugins are a powerful concept. In general plugins are used to extend core functionality of a base system. While many plugin systems are static, TinaCMS is powered by a dynamic plugin system. In this

Designing an Extensible Styling System

By Scott Byrne

March 23, 2020

Writing an adaptable UI is hard. When you're writing code for a quickly changing project, you want that code to be cheap and replaceable. Styled Components allow us to write styles right alongside

TinaCMS UI: What's next?

By Nolan Phillips

March 13, 2020

This week we deployed Visual Open Authoring on the TinaCMS website to make the editing experience for ourselves and all the community members totally amazing! You may have noticed that the editing

Introducing Visual Open Authoring

By Scott Gallant

March 9, 2020

We're focused on improving the independent web as a whole. We want to craft tools that help people build better sites and create better content. In line with this mission, we sought to create

Gatsby + Tina 101

By Madelyn Eriksen

February 25, 2020

Static site generators like Gatsby are a massive win for developers. They provide us with automated deployments, faster development cycles, and reduced security burden. Despite the technical gains

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