par Contentful4.5 / 5 24 avis
Pour qui ?
Pour les entreprises qui ont besoin de gérer du contenu sur plusieurs plateformes. Très grandes entreprises (ils ont des clients comme Nike, Disney, EA, Viacom, etc.), mais aussi petites entreprises qui apprécient les forfaits plus économiques.
Notes moyennes24 avis
- Note globale 4.5 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4 / 5
- Service client 4.5 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.5 / 5
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Cloud, SaaS, web
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Service de support permanent (réponse directe)
Support en horaire de bureau
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- Fondé en 2010
En savoir plus sur Contentful
Contentful est une plateforme de gestion de contenu flexible et évolutive qui vous permet de publier facilement sur différentes plateformes. Créez du contenu une seule fois et publiez-le n'importe où ! Les éditeurs gèrent le contenu de manière interactive via une interface d'édition conviviale, tandis que les développeurs le diffusent dans le langage de programmation et avec le template de leur choix. Contentful est apprécié pour la flexibilité et la stabilité de ses modèles et de ses diffusions.
Contentful - Fonctionnalités
- Contenu audio
- Contenu vidéo
- Formulaires Électroniques
- Gestion SEO
- Gestion de site web
- Gestion de versions
- Indexation de documents
- Modèles personnalisables
- Recherche en texte intégral
- Éditeur d'images
- Éditeur de texte
- Accès hors ligne
- Gestion de versions
- Gestion des autorisations
- Gestion des documents
- Partage des fichiers
- Saisie mobile
- Synchronisation de données
Avis les plus utiles sur Contentful
Publié le 13/06/2019
Contentful is an agile 'CMS' and overall easy to work with
Commentaires: I can create a small site without bothering with a traditional CMS and allow the client to access important text copy and the same content could be repurposed for another platform, which is good to know for the future.
Avantages: I should clarify that I am speaking from the perspective of a developer so I can't vouch for the experiences of a content contributor. As a developer, I really appreciate being pointed in the right direction with their Gatsby starter kit and Netlify. This has been a great intro into the trend of static react based sites and I love it so far. I will try to stay focused on Contentful though. As someone very familiar with the traditional LAMP stack CMS world, I appreciate that they try to keep CMS best practices and dispense with the countless technical issues plaguing the old school approach. I have only used it for a small site though, but I am psyched to try it out with a larger project to really use it to its best potential.
Inconvénients: I was going to say that it is totally painless, but there are some adaptation pains involved. If, like me, you just jump right in with a Gatsby Starter Kit, you may do some newbie things here and there. But I never really got stuck or blocked, and always learned when going back to improve something. Like I said, I haven't dug deep enough to have had a real issue. The worst negative could be that there are some cross sale situations where you may feel obliged to purchase a plugin to work with your content. I don't know if I can really fault a business on this though. Depending on your dev skills, you can always figure out a way to get your Contentful content to work without necessarily buying a shortcut from a third party.
Publié le 03/04/2018
The best option for a headless CMS
Avantages: It is truly cloud-first for a headless approach. You can build your content model and control your input with easy validation (min/max/regex) and even dependencies on other models. It is truly headless and integration with node, react, asp.net, and php have all been relatively easy. Node was definitely the easiest integration.
Inconvénients: I would have said migration between environments, but they recently released a solution for that. I haven't verified it but I'm excited about it. I think the other thing is dealing with deleted fields, it makes it a bit challenging that you have to remove it from view and then delete it to make sure it won't break the existing model. I also get frustrated when I make an existing field that is required and there is no notification that the content doesn't match the new criteria.
Publié le 30/09/2019
Taken a load off our team
Commentaires: We switched to Contentful as a way of consolidating our CMS from three to one. Development is currently ongoing, but I am over the moon with how effective it has been for us to work with Contentful. We're planning a significant relaunch of our product later this year with all curated experiences powered by Contentful.
Avantages: The ability to flexibly model content according to what our output needs are, rather than being constrained by a pre-defined model. The ease of adding translations. The customer service we have received.
Inconvénients: Only that the way that the pages are represented could be a little more visual when relating elements together. But it's a very minor thing.
Publié le 17/08/2019
Commentaires: Compared to other CMS platforms out there, this one isn't a bad option to have.
Avantages: If properly set up, it's easy to find and navigate sections and areas of your site you'd like to edit.
Inconvénients: You can get lost if you don't know what you're doing.
Publié le 12/12/2018
Contentful is useful and wonderful
Commentaires: I'd like to recommand contentful as it is easy to use, and easy to config store data for develop a project.
Avantages: stable, friendly configuration, data structure is clear, and have api auto configuration
Inconvénients: navigation is a little bit tricky, like when duplicate an entity, it lost the original entity's position, so have to go back and track the entity again