Wer nutzt diese Software?
Wir betreuen Unternehmen, die Inhalte über mehrere Plattformen verwalten müssen. Unsere Kunden sind normalerweise Großkonzerne (Nike, Disney, EA, Viacom, etc.), aber wir haben auch für kleinere Kunden günstigere Angebote.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung22 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja, Kostenlose Testversion
Cloud, SaaS, Web
24/7 (Live Vertreter)
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
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- Gegründet 2010
Contentful ist die flexible und zukunftsfreundliche Inhalt-Management-Plattform, dank welcher du ganz einfach Inhalte auf verschiedenen Plattformen veröffentlichen kannst. Erstelle den Inhalt nur einmal, veröffentliche ihn überall! Redakteure verwalten Inhalte interaktiv in einer einfach zu bedienenden Bearbeitungs-Schnittstelle, während Entwickler den Inhalt mit der Programmiersprache und dem Template-Rahmen ihrer Wahl liefern. Unsere Kunden wählen uns aufgrund der Flexibilität und Stabilität unserer Inhalt-Modellierung und Inhalt-Lieferung. Gib´ uns eine Chance!
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- Mobile Erfassung
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Contentful
Bewertet am 13.6.2019
Contentful is an agile 'CMS' and overall easy to work with
Kommentare: 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.
Vorteile: 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.
Nachteile: 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.
Bewertet am 1.4.2017
Very inflexible when it comes to styling changes, use only if you have plenty of engineers
Vorteile: It is impossible for users to create elements that are totally out of line with the corporate design. Contentful also loads faster than many other CMS.
Nachteile: There isn't much I like about Contentful. It is impossible to copy entire pages without a lot of effort, which makes it very time-consuming to create new pages. While you can re-use existing elements, the problem is that if you change them, they are changed everywhere, and there is no way to just copy an element in order to use it as a new element (i.e., changes you make to it don't affect the element you copied). As others have mentioned before, it sometimes takes a quarter of an hour for changes you made to appear on the preview pages, which is just painful (Wordpress is pretty much instant). But by far the biggest pain is that there is no way for the user to simply access the CSS. We have to go back to our engineering team for every little tweak we want, even if it is just the padding of an element or the alignment of a certain style of text. Another issue I have is that it is hard to figure out where on a new page you are while you are editing it. Unlike Wordpress, where you can see the overall structure of your page elements clearly on an overview page, you can only see the rows of the page on the overview in Contentful - you have no idea what the structure inside each row looks like until you click on it. That means you're getting disorientated quite quickly as to where you need to click to edit element X of the page. Overall, I find Contentful terrible to use. It has a few benefits, but at least from a content management user experience those don't outweigh the significant downsides at all.