What is Canner?
Canner is a universal CMS framework that allows you to build CMS in React JSX(XML-like) for Firebase, GraphQL, Restful API, Prisma, in other words, an agnostic CMS framework for any applications and data sources.
Canner is a tool in the Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS category of a tech stack.
Firebase, React, MySQL, GraphQL, and Apollo are some of the popular tools that integrate with Canner. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Canner.
Why developers like Canner?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Canner
- 🌍 Universal CMS framework - Canner is extremely flexible and agnostic, that you can learn once and create any form of CMS for many databases.
- ⛄ Create data model and UI design at the same time. - While you are defining Canner schema in JSX, you are defining how your CMS store your data in your databases, and how your CMS UI/UX should look like.
- 👩💻 One schema to any database - With different connectors, you are able to create a CMS to interact with Firebase, MySQL, PostgreSQL, GraphQL with the same schema.
- 😎 Easy to maintain and extend - Since Canner schema is only a JSX (XML-like) language without any logistic code, in other words, you can maintain your code in a configuration file and easy to maintain using version controls.
Canner Alternatives & Comparisons
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