LumeCMS is a (yet another) CMS to manage site content. Despite its name, it can be used with any generator, not only Lume, thanks to its agnostic design. In this post, I want to dig into it and explain how it works.
After several months of work, a major version of Lume was released. In this new version, I wanted to take this opportunity to fix some bad design decisions, remove some confusing APIs, and implement a couple of new features.
An yes, there are some breaking changes. I tried to make the transition from Lume 1 to Lume 2 as smoothly as possible, but not always possible. I'm sorry for the trouble!
Lume 1.19.0 was released! Hopefully, it will be the last minor version of 1.x before the incoming Lume 2. This is a summary of the changes and new features.
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