Marketpath CMS was built as an API-first architecture with completely separated management and live environments. Marketpath CMS is a headless, decoupled CMS.
An overview of the Wayfair vs. South Dakota Supreme Court case that redefined the ability for states to collect sales tax from out-of-state entities.
Datastores can allow for flexibility for end users to style content. A datastore is a mini database of information maintained by site editors. Developers can filter and render data in just about any manner requested on the website. Where other content types require you to use custom fields to add new data to items, a developer can bake it into the definition of your own objects using datastores.
Marketpath CMS offers an extension to our image editor interface that we call Image Presets. Image presets are simply groups of settings that are easy to apply to edited images in the future and are easy to apply to images in templates. This gives the user or the developer control to dynamically resize images "on the fly" so that they are the correct size or aspect ratio. You can even add "special effects" such as alpha transparency, rotation, and more if desired.