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CMS that you can integrate with different technologies

In my opinion the best CMS for my projects is my own django project with different data types.. So that we can generate content from this central place and push it to where I need it. To blogs, or to Firebase etc… But we need an API and I can organize it with . Or even own views that will just print data with requests.. That we need. Links This one is a pretty good CMS by the looks of it and apparently it integrates with different technologies. Price is weird not clear what impact it will have on a project. I can try 1 to see.. But so far Django has filled all the needs. Probably not comparable to such obsolete ones as Wordpress or Drupal. But comparing with Django makes no sense.. Interesting combinations of frameworks That is actually vue.js and we can then integrate it with CMS and tailwind CSS.. So that's

Getting strted Tailwindcss for AMP Installation and first app

  Quick start Summary of commonly used command may look like this. For details on each command, see information below. npx tailwindcss build tailwind.css -o style.css npm install -D tailwindcss postcss autoprefixer vite npx tailwindcss init -p    {     "name": "up-and-runing",     "version":"1.0",     "main": "index.js",     "scripts": {          "dev": "vite"   }, "devDependencies": {     "autoprefixer": "^10.4.0",     "postcss": "^8.4.4",     "tailwindcss": "^2.2.19",     "vite": "^2.6.14"   } } npm run dev Official tailwind documentation There are Video tutorials and place where you can try directly in the browser playground. Standard tailwind css 2.0 is also available in quick prototype tool Installation procedure npm insta

Docker getting started and apk add --no-cache python

The Getting Started project is a simple GitHub repository which contains everything you need to build an image and run it as a container. Clone the repository by running Git in a container. You can also type the command directly in a command line interface. Now, build the image A Docker image is a private file system just for your container. It provides all the files and code your container needs. Ended with  => CANCELED [base 4/4] RUN pip install -r requirements  7.5s  => ERROR [app-base 2/8] RUN apk add --no-cache python   4.4s ------  > [app-base 2/8] RUN apk add --no-cache python g++ make: #8 0.185 fetch #8 3.599 fetch #8 4.284 ERROR: unable to select packages: #8 4.315   python (no such package): #8 4.315     required by: world[python] ------ executor failed running [/bin/sh -c apk add --no-cache python g++ make]: exit code: