How to Add and Delete Files with TinaCMS

By Kendall Strautman

December 10, 2019

Creating and deleting content — two fundamental sides of the CMS coin. This article will cover how to set up this functionality with TinaCMS on a Gatsby site. But first, some overview.Tina Overview —...



Dynamic Plugins in TinaCMS

By Nolan Phillips

December 9, 2019

One of the most important aspects of TinaCMS is its dynamic plugin system.Usually plugin systems are static. We list all the plugins we need in a config and use them as long as the application is runn...



Updated Next.js Docs + Deprecating tina-git-server

By DJ Walker

December 6, 2019

We've changed our recommended approach for using Tina's Git Backend with Next.js websites. Check out Tina's Next.js documentation for details.To make it easy to use Tina's backend plugins, they are de...



Using TinaCMS with Next.js

By Kendall Strautman & DJ Walker

December 2, 2019

Tina + Next: Part IINote: This blog was updated as of 12.06.19 related to these changesThis blog is a part of a series exploring the use of Next.js + Tina. In Part I, we learned how to create a simple...



Introducing Tina Grande 🎉

By Scott Byrne

November 21, 2019

Tina Grande is a Gatsby starter with built-in TinaCMS integration. Grande was built to provide a reference implementation of Tina that covers a variety of use cases. Even for those that don’t need a s...



Creating a Markdown Blog with Next.js

By Kendall Strautman

November 16, 2019

Tina + Next Part IWant to skip to using Tina with Next.js? Jump to Part II of this series.Next.js is a React "metaframework" (a framework built on a framework) for developing web applications. Next.js...



Creating Markdown Drafts

By Nolan Phillips & Kendall Strautman

October 28, 2019

One of the core features of an editorial workflow is to provide writers & editors a safe space for creating and iterating on content without these in-process posts publishing to production — draft-mod...



Announcing TinaCMS

By Scott Gallant

October 16, 2019

Today, we’re excited to announce TinaCMS: an open-source site editing toolkit for React-based sites (Gatsby and Next.js).Tina is not a CMS, in the traditional sense. As in, it’s not a separate system...



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