Why we chose API-Based CMS System

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API Based CMS

In our last post we summarised what we need in our new content management system (CMS). After careful considerations and analysis we selected a new interesting CMS system. It is called prismic.io. And it’s cool not only because it’s name ends with .io (which is actually a top level domain for British Indian Ocean Territory) but also because it satisfy …

Amazon Cloudfront Part 1

Amazon CloudFront in combination with custom origin provide us with a great caching and content delivery service. We can use it even for dynamically generated resources. In our (simplistic) test we’ve seen 10-fold increase in speed and latency when serving from the Amazon CloudFront caches. With CloudFront we can declaratively control caching behaviour. This means that we can also use …