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Advice on Sanity and Strapi
Maxim Filimonov
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prismic.io
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Contentful

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.

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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.

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Pros of Sanity
Pros of Strapi
  • 8
    Hosted
  • 7
    Headless
  • 5
    Realtime
  • 5
    Free for small projects
  • 5
    Powerful read + write API
  • 4
    Customizable
  • 3
    API-based cms
  • 3
    Schema as a code
  • 2
    Images API
  • 2
    Much better than WordPress
  • 2
    Works with GraphQL with Gatsby
  • 2
    Lightweight & pluggable Content studio
  • 2
    Easy setup, endless flexibility
  • 43
    Free
  • 32
    Open source
  • 23
    Rapid development
  • 21
    API-based cms
  • 20
    Self-hostable
  • 17
    Real-time
  • 14
    Easy setup
  • 13
    Headless
  • 10
    Large community
  • 9
    JSON
  • 3
    Social Auth
  • 2
    Internationalization
  • 1
    Media Library
  • 1
    GraphQL

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Cons of Sanity
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    • 7
      Internationalisation
    • 7
      Can be limiting
    • 5
      A bit buggy
    • 3
      DB Migrations not seemless

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    What is Sanity?

    Sanity is a headless, real-time CMS where the editor is an open source React-based construction kit and the backend is a graph-oriented cloud datastore with a globally distributed CDN.

    What is Strapi?

    It is an open source Node.js Headless CMS to easily build customisable APIs. It lets you manage your content and distribute it anywhere. It allows you to securely and privately serve your database of choice from your hosting and server of choice.

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    What are some alternatives to Sanity and Strapi?
    Contentful
    Contentful enables teams to unify content in a single hub, structure it for use in any digital channel, and integrate seamlessly with hundreds of other tools through open APIs and a leading app framework.
    Netlify CMS
    It is built as a single-page React app. You can create custom-styled previews, UI widgets, and editor plugins or add backends to support different Git platform APIs.
    prismic.io
    Prismic is a Content Management System, a tool for editing online content, also known as a headless CMS, an API CMS, a content platform, a disruptive content-as-a-service digital experience.
    GraphCMS
    GraphCMS is a GraphQL Based Headless Content Management System. It lets you build a hosted GraphQL backend for your applications and gives you all the tools you need to manage your content.
    Cockpit
    An API-driven CMS without forcing you to make compromises in how you implement your site. The CMS for developers. Manage content like collections, regions, forms and galleries which you can reuse anywhere on your website.
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