2020-03-30 Release Notes

By Nolan Phillips

March 30, 2020

Another week gone and another week closer to Open Authoring for everyone! Refactoring on tinacms.org is going well and a good API is becoming visible. To keep in touch with where Tina is headed in



2020-03-23 Release Notes

By Nolan Phillips

March 23, 2020

Two weeks ago we revealed Visual Open Authoring on the TinaCMS website and we have been working hard to make this feature available for everyone. Since most of the development for Open Authoring was



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



2020-03-16 Release Notes

By Nolan Phillips

March 16, 2020

Changes Contributing Experience Conventional Commits: Prevent contributors from commiting unconventional messages by having husky execute commitlint. Enhancements tinacms: Renamed the <Tina



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



2020-03-09 Release Notes

By Nolan Phillips

March 9, 2020

Enhancements Markdown/HTML Fields Added Undo and Redo buttons to the Menu Added the ability to set the top-offset of the Menu by passing a string as the sticky prop when using inline edting: Bug



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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