Previously, we have an article explaining why airtable doesn’t work in China already. In this article, we are going to give you solutions in detail about how to make airtable load super fast in China without switching CMS.
Getting your websites to work in China can be tricky. You probably know Google, Facebook, Uber, and many other big tech companies had tried coming to China but failed. There are many reasons for the failures but the things I’m about to tell you will save you time and money to prevent mistakes.
Previously, we have an article explaining why Contentful doesn’t work in China already, we also provided an alternative solution that helps teams to get Contentful to work in China. In this blog, we are going to give you solutions in detail about how to make Contentful work in China without switching CMS.
Previously, we have an article explaining why Sanity CMS doesn’t work in China already, we also have another article to go over the alternatives to Sanity CMS in China. In this blog, we are going to give you solutions in detail about how to make Sanity CMS work in China without changing your existing tech.
Over the past three months, 21YunBox has helped Commune Lifestyle Singapore’s tech team successfully deployed and hosted a complete e-commerce stack in China. This post will share how Commune Lifestyle has transformed its site from using a third-party website builder to a modern Headless E-commerce architecture.
After using 21YunBox on Commune’s official website in China, their storefront’s got 10x faster. 21YunBox has also provided Commune’s technical team the convenience and flexibility for in-depth customization of their website. This has lead to more satisfied customers because they could custom order their favorite furniture designs.
In this article, we discuss the challenges that businesses are facing with hosting their static sites in China and then explore what solutions are available within China.
What is Contentful?
Contentful is a headless content management system (CMS). Headless CMS provides a way to create content that does not couple content to a specific output (ie. web page rendering, such as writing articles on WordPress and posting them to a website). It provides a solution that content creators can more effectively write articles and still allows developers to get content through APIs, which the content can then be delivered across channels.
Previously, we have an blog explaining why Netlify doesn’t work in China already. In this blog, we are going to give you solutions in detail about how to make Netlify work in China without the tech you might familiar with.