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Preaction CMS - now with Bootstrap 5!

Doug Elkin
I'm here to nerd out and write casually.
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I just released the v5 Alpha of Preaction CMS, which now comes with Bootstrap 5. It's an extensible Content Management System built with Express, React, and other simple javascript libraries.

It should run on just about any environment with Node, Yarn, and Bash.

Please check it out!

Submit issues at https://github.com/duhdugg/preaction-cms/issues

Pull requests are welcome at https://github.com/duhdugg/preaction-cms/pulls

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LUKESHIRU

Can we get some details about it in the form of a post so it doesn't go agains the Content Policy of dev.to? Thanks!

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Doug Elkin Author

Does it look like it violates the policy? That's certainly not my intention. I was just trying to keep it short. Perhaps I'll make future posts on the various ways it can be used and extended.

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LUKESHIRU

The rules for content are the following, I'll use bold for the parts that I feel this post don't follow:

Users must make a good-faith effort to share content that is on-topic, of high-quality, and is not designed primarily for the purposes of promotion or creating backlinks.
Posts must contain substantial content — they may not merely reference an external link that contains the full post.

If you update the post so it talks a little about @preaction/cms, what it does, how it compares to other similar libraries, and so on, then it will make a more "substantial" post.

The Content Policy rules are there basically to make the experience for everyone better. If I see a post with a title about a library, I expect to read something about it, not to just get links to check it out elsewhere :D

Cheers!

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Doug Elkin Author

OK, but this post isn't either of those things. I'm just saying the alpha release has been tagged, which is a kind of news. The link just goes to documentation and not a more-complete article. If anything, I think multiple follow-up posts could be made which go into more detail of its specific features. I don't want to do one mega post with everything because that would be way too much. I'm glad you're interested though and I'll definitely start planning some posts you might appreciate. I don't have much experience with writing articles, so I am thankful for your feedback.