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  • Is it possible to use an online-accessed JSON as a CMS?

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  • Maverick

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    October 31, 2019 at 5:02 pm

    Ideally, I would like to do something like the following. I would like to store JSON files at my website domain. My website built with Vue will load the JSONS that are present. If 1 JSON is present, 1 will be loaded. If 2 JSONS are present, 2 will be loaded. Et cetera. Each JSON contains information for a blog post with keys like ‘title’, ‘category’, ‘important’, ‘animatable’, ‘firstparagraph’, ‘secondparagraph, ‘thirdparagraph’ et cetera. Based on these JSONS, the website will be constructed. The end goal is that every time I want to update my website, I don’t have to do anything except upload an additional JSON file.   A few of my concerns: Will doing this make my website much slower than normal? Would it be better to upload the JSONS at my website’s domain, or some other domain? (Perhaps a CDN) – by hq overview mementomoriok – –

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