We are excited to announce a major update to Built.io Contentstack, our award-winning CMS. These updates include import and export functionality; now you can download the schema of a form in JSON format and import it back into Built.io Contentstack. This is a very useful feature if you want to introduce changes across several entries or forms, or simply keep backups of your data in Built.io Contentstack.
We’ve also introduced webhooks, which provide a way to integrate Built.io Contentstack with other applications. Webhooks can be triggered for all significant events on your websites and provide notifications in a format easily understood by applications. Simply add a trigger URL and specify a condition that will trigger this webhook.
With the latest release we now provide an interface for developers to view comprehensive records of all events associated with a website. The Audit Logs screen lists all events since the inception of the website. This is especially helpful for site owners to monitor the activities of all collaborators on the website, along with the public IP from which they performed the action.
There is now a filter for the Publish Status and a facility to specify a date range. The format changed from a timeline view to a tableview, which is more intuitive and focuses on providing comprehensive information to the user.
To show you just how easy and intuitive it is to use Built.io Contentstack, our youngest ever intern is going to teach you how to update the “News and Awards” page on the Built.io website:
You can read more about the Built.io Contentstack update in our press release.