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An open-source CMS for your Git workflow

  • Content management in a single-page app
  • Built in React.js with extensible components
  • Integrate with any build tool
  • Plug in to any static site generator

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Integrate the roles of developers, writers, and editors.

Writers can focus on writing. Editors can approve content and publish with ease. Developers can use their favorite tools and libraries. Netlify CMS keeps all of their contributions together, in Git.

Designed with developers in mind - it’s in our DNA.

Fast, web-based UI

Built with React, featuring rich-text editing, real-time preview, and drag-and-drop media uploads.

Platform agnostic

Works with most static site generators for sites stored in GitHub.

Easy installation

Add two files to your site, include or link to the JS, and add your custom configuration.

Modern authentication

Connect with Netflify’s authentication service or roll your own, using GitHub and JSON web tokens.

Flexible content types

Specify an unlimited number of content types with custom fields.

Fully extensible

Create custom-styled previews, UI widgets, and editor plugins.

Our Inspiration

Netlify CMS is part of a long evolution in content management for the web. Even in the budding realm of the JAMstack and static site generators, developers have a variety “headless” CMS options to choose from.

Proprietary services like Contentful and DatoCMS provide the ease and polish of a concierge provider, while simple open source projects like Prose and Google Drive CMS provide targeted functionality for limited use cases. We love that these other projects help advance the modern web, and we believe there will always be a place for them in the JAMstack ecosystem.

With Netlify CMS, we hope to carve a different niche. We aim to do for the JAMstack what WordPress did for dynamic sites back in the day. In other words, we want to build a CMS that is open-source but fully-featured and production-ready, that’s as easy to customize as it is to use, and that developers and content editors can build a community around.

Help us make it happen!