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Questions around caisy

What is the difference between documents and components in caisy? (Content types and limitations)

In caisy, documents are typically used to store and manage larger, standalone pieces of content such as articles, blog posts, or webpages. These documents can include a mix of text, images, and other media elements, and are often structured as rich-text documents. Components, on the other hand, are smaller, reusable blocks of content that can be combined and assembled to create more complex layouts or designs. Examples of components might include a pricing section, a FAQs section, a statistics section, a blog section, a team section, or a form that can be embedded on a page to collect user input.

What are content entries in caisy? (Pricing and limits)

Content entries refer to the total number of documents, web pages, or other types of content that you have created within caisy. Each time you create a new document, web page, or other type of content, it is counted as a content entry. This count includes all types of content, such as documents, components, and assets.

What are assets in caisy? (DAM and CDN)

In caisy, assets are digital files such as images, PDFs, videos, zip files, and other file types that are stored and managed within our platform. These files can be used on your website or in other projects, and are stored in our digital asset management (DAM) system when uploaded. To ensure fast and reliable access, we use a content delivery network (CDN) to serve these assets.

What are blueprints in caisy? (Data model and templates)

In caisy, blueprints are the underlying data models that define the structure and content of documents and components. A blueprint consists of a set of fields that can be clicked together inside the caisy UI, such as:

  • Rich text fields

  • Select fields

  • Reference fields

  • Color picker fields

  • etc.

Blueprints allow users to create custom templates or models for different types of content, and to define the specific types of data or information that each blueprint will store and manage. For example, a document blueprint might include fields for a title, body of text, and image, while a component blueprint might include fields for a title, subtitle, and list of items.

By using blueprints, users can create flexible and reusable content models that can be used to quickly and easily create and manage content in caisy.