Strapi is a flexible, open-source Headless CMS that gives developers the freedom to choose their favorite tools and frameworks, while also allowing editors to easily manage and distribute their content. By making the admin panel and API extensible through a plugin system, Strapi enables the world's largest companies to accelerate content delivery while building beautiful digital experiences.
Strapi can generate an admin panel in a few clicks and get your whole CMS set up in a few steps.
Strapi’s admin panel gives you an intuitive interface to create, edit and delete your content and automatically creates logic to handle CRUD operations, including filtering and permissions.
It has a built-in user system that allows you to manage users Roles & Permissions
Moreso, every part of your application can be easily customized. Strapi’s architecture allows you to extend your app to match your exact use case and install plugins like GraphQL etc. to your application.
To build, deploy, and manage Strapi, use the following recommended frameworks and programming languages for best results:
Before you engage in creating a new project, it is very important to update your
(>v12.x). Go ahead and update it before reading on.
If you want to use a specific database, you don’t have to use the
--quickstart flag. The CLI will let you choose the database of your choice.
create-strapi-app will generate an empty Strapi project. If you want an application that is pre-configured for a specific use case than you can use
--template with template GitHub URL
Note: If created with
--quickstart, then it will automatically run your application.
ADVANCE SETTINGto add field names and properties.
finishto update all the fields to collection.
Saveto save the collection.
+ Add New Restaurantbutton to add a new entry.
Saveto update the changes.
SETTINGS > USERS & PERMISSIONS PLUGIN > ROLES
Public Rolesand scroll down to Permissions.
Permissionfor the collections routes that can access without
authand can update the action for every route from
Note: In a similar manner, we can update the Roles and Permissions for authenticated routes also.
Roles & Permissionsfor
JWTauthentication, GraphQL, etc.
Roles & Permissionsare pre-installed if you created with
--quickstartso, you only need to update the roles and permissions from the Setting tab.
We can create
Components by using
+ Create New Single Type and
+ Create New Component in
Here we are! Your collection is now accessible at
Consume your API with your favorite frameworks as well as frontend or backend programming languages like React, Vue.js, React Native, Ruby and many more.
Thank you for reading!