Creating Field Plugins

By Kendall Strautman

February 17, 2020

In the previous post, we learned how to create a custom field component and register it to the sidebar. With that baseline, let's go full circle on the topic of custom fields in TinaCMS. In this

How to Make a Custom Field Component

By Kendall Strautman

January 20, 2020

Form fields are the bread and butter of any CMS. While Tina provides a solid collection of fields 'out-of-the-box', you can also create your own. This post will show you the basic concepts of how to

Export WordPress Content to Markdown and Gatsby

By Mitch MacKenzie

January 13, 2020

Say hello to the WordPress to Gatsby Markdown Exporter! It's a WordPress plugin to export posts, pages, and other content from WordPress to Markdown. A modern static site generator like GatsbyJS can

3 ways to edit Markdown with Tina + Gatsby

By Thomas Weibenfalk

January 9, 2020

Supercharge your static site with real-time content editing! 🚀 In this post, I will explore the three different methods Tina offers to edit Markdown on your Gatsby site. You’ll learn how to set up

Using TinaCMS on Gatsby Cloud

By James O'Halloran

January 3, 2020

We've recently written about how TinaCMS will work on the cloud. Gatsby Cloud offers a great way for editors to edit TinaCMS sites, without having to run a local development environment. Since Gatsby

How can my editors edit a TinaCMS site?

By James O'Halloran

December 23, 2019

TinaCMS allows you to build live-editing functionality directly into your site. Tina differs from other headless CMS's (e.g, NetlifyCMS, Contentful) which simply allow you to edit your

What are Blocks?

By DJ Walker

December 18, 2019

"There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things." This axiom, attributed to Phil Karlton, resonates with anyone who has spent any amount of time working with

JAMstack Denver Talks Tina

By Kendall Strautman

December 17, 2019

In this meetup talk, Zach Brooks gives the rundown how Tina works and why it's a different sort of CMS. Check out JAMstack Denver's site for more information. Or catch up with Zach on Twitter.

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