The Technical Basis of Content Experience

This was sent in Issue #19 of Squirrel Notes on November 29, 2018.

I wrote a new blog post last week about how to differentiate a content repository from a full “CMS.” I drew the line around a system’s ability to provide an orchestrated response to an abstract request.

I think the soul of a CMS lies in its ability to reason about abstractions. A CMS can interpret and respond to an abstracted, intentional request – don’t just give me a specific content object, but rather here is my need, and respond with the bundle of content structured in such a way that meets that need.

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