dotCMS Enhances NoCode Support, Revamps User Experience

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dotCMS has announced an even more streamlined NoCode experience offering easier collaboration and accelerated results

dotCMS, a leader in the Hybrid Headless CMS market, has announced improvements to its user experience and increased support for non-technical users using the platform’s NoCode tools. These improvements will allow users to create and deliver digital experiences faster for any device or touchpoint and offer a sneak peek into what the future holds for the DXP.

dotCMS empowers businesses to transform their operations and embrace the digital-first ecosystem. Using dotCMS, companies gain an ally ready to help them adapt and scale their digital experiences more seamlessly and drive their digital ambition and business outcomes.

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With the many changes occurring during 2020, dotCMS has looked to enhance its offerings with more ways of developing NoCode-based digital experiences, empowering non-technical users to build projects without developers, and driving digital marketing agility.

At the same time, dotCMS has streamlined its product experience, simplifying collaboration between users to better support distributed teams in the face of an increasingly remote workforce. Teams and businesses can accelerate development in a distributed setting and deploy experiences in minutes without knowing how to code, untying developers from menial tasks.

Interoperability continues to remain a strength of the dotCMS platform in 2020. With dotCMS, marketers and developers can integrate their tech stack seamlessly into the platform and customize aspects of their content in terms of both backend and presentation.

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These are some of the new features and functionalities that await dotCMS users in 2021 and beyond:

For Business Teams:
  • Enhanced editor experience for creating stories
  • Improved DAM capabilities / UX improvements
  • Enhanced Inline Editing
  • Advanced Collaborative Editing
For Technology Teams:
  • More API endpoints (REST and GraphQL)
  • GraphQL tooling
  • NoCode Route/Page Builder
  • ARM Support
  • Improved calendar versioning
  • Deeper Redis Integration
  • Updating to Angular 10
  • Moving to Java 11

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