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DatoCMS Blog
News, tips, highlights, and other updates from the team at DatoCMS.
Introducing the GraphQL Real-Time Updates API

We have a big announcement to make: to meet users' expectations for real-time experiences, we have developed a new GraphQL API that can instantly push new data to browsers and apps as soon as they are saved into DatoCMS.

Written by Stefano Verna
New feature: Media Area granular permissions

Starting today, in each DatoCMS project it is possible to specify advanced permissions to precisely define who can access, create, modify or remove assets from the Media Area.

Written by Stefano Verna
Summer retrospective and plans for fall 2020

During the summer we released a lot of updates, significantly a new pricing model and the sandbox environments. Main plans for the future are around preparing for a new API version and more roles/permissions.

Written by Matteo Giaccone
Contentful vs DatoCMS: our in-depth comparison

Learn and compare the advanced features that distinguish Contentful and DatoCMS. We'll try to be as balanced as possible: our goal is to ensure that every editor and developer gets the best possible experience working with a Headless CMS.

Written by Stefano Verna