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Mobile First CMS Allows for Easy Cross-Platform Publishing

Posted on 7.23.2014

The average U.S. consumer spends 2 hours and 42 minutes per day on their phone.

Furthermore, while on their phone, consumers spend 86 percent of their time on apps. With so much time being spent on mobile devices it is evident why software companies are starting to shift their focus toward mobile devices.

raw engineering, a software company that concentrates on mobile and Web application development in the cloud, has announced the release of a mobile first content management system (CMS) called contentstack.io.

Created on top of their mobile platform built.io, contentstack.io allows for the same content that is published on a website to be directly displayed on an accompanying mobile app. The CMS allows for users to directly publish and edit information on multiple platforms without needing a developer to change the code for each publishing platform.


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Key features of contentstack.io include scheduled publishing, support for multiple languages as well as authentication and access management.

“Despite all the underlying power and mobile features, contentstack.io is completely intuitive for non-technical content owners to use,” said Neha Sampat, CEO of raw engineering. “By doubling down on core CMS features and allowing developers to easily build additional, one-click integrations to third-party systems, contentstack.io offers enterprises simplicity, without being simplistic.”

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