What is Strapi?

Strapi is an open sourced Headless CMS Front-End Developers Love. It's more than a Node.js Framework and more than a Headless CMS, it saves API development time through a beautiful admin panel anyone can use.

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A majority of the companies who have an online presence either use or plan to use a content management system in some volume.

Features of Strapi

Building self-hosted, customizable and performant Content API has never been easier.
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Open source

Free and open source, forever. The entire codebase is available on GitHub and is maintained by hundreds of contributors.

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Security is crucial for companies. Host your data safely, on your own servers. GDPR compliant.

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Each project requires specific requirements. Easily customize the admin panel as well as the API.

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RESTful or GraphQL

Consume the API from any client (React, Vue, Angular), mobile apps or even IoT, using REST or GraphQL.

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100% JavaScript

One language to rule them all. Use JavaScript everywhere: both for your front-end and your Headless CMS.

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Extensible by design

Plugins system included. Install auth system, content management, custom plugins, and more, in seconds.

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Authentications & Permissions

Secure your endpoints by allowing or not allowing users to access your API by role.

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File upload

Upload of any kinds of files on your server or external providers like AWS S3, Cloudfare, Cloudinary and more.

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Plug and Play databases

With SQLite, MongoDB, MySQL, Postgres support, you decide if you need relational or non-relational database.

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Front-end agnostic

Connect to any client including React, Gatsby, Nuxt through the JavaScript SDK.

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JWT authentication

Secure and authorize access to your API with JWT or providers.

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Built-in Emailing

By default, a SMTP server is installed on every generated project.

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Auto-generated documentation

Write and maintain the documentation with a one-click integration.

The term “Headless” refers to lack of a frontend. A headless CMS merely contains an API and backend system where the content is stored and delivered.