PushTable vs Sanity: What are the differences?
What is PushTable? Headless CMS for Google Firestore and Firebase. Flexible data structure, direct data table inputs and serverless support makes PushTable the perfect data management tool for front-end developers and development agencies. PushTable easily integrates with static site generators, and mobile SDK.
PushTable and Sanity belong to "Cloud Content Management System" category of the tech stack.
Sanity is an open source tool with 1.15K GitHub stars and 91 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Sanity's open source repository on GitHub.
Hi Community, Would like to ask for advice from people familiar with those tools. We are a small self-funded startup and initial cost for us is very important at that stage. That's why we are leaning towards Sanity. The CMS will be used to power our website and flutter cross-platform mobile applications.
Former Prismic.io developer here. If you want something robust vs "looks good from a distance," I would recommend Contentful. They are the biggest for a reason. Their CMS handles a lot of use cases and has great documentation. Prismic.io will work well in simple blog-esque use cases. Their more complex features break easily and their documentation is confusing. It has fallen quite a distance behind Contentful. Sanity appears to be a much newer CMS and you might come to regret the lack of features, but I've only briefly reviewed their product.