Get started with Strapi using yarn or npx:
yarn create strapi-app my-project --quickstart
npx create-strapi-app my-project --quickstart
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Multi-databases support SQLite, MongoDB, MySQL, Postgres are supported, you just have to pick one of your choice.
GraphQL or RESTful Consume the API from any client (React, Vue, Angular), mobile apps or even IoT, using REST or GraphQL.
Webhooks Call back anywhere you need, to get the functionality you want, out of the box with our API.
Auto-generated documentation Write and maintain the documentation with a one-click integration.
Authentication & Permissions Secure your endpoints by allowing or not allowing users to access your API by roles.
An intuitive, minimal editor The editor allows you to pull in dynamic blocks of content. It’s 100% open-source, and it’s fully extensible.
Media Library Upload images, video or any files and crop and optimize their sizes, without quality loss.
Flexible content management Build any type of category, section, format or flow to adapt to your needs.
Sort and Filter Built-in sorting and filtering: you can manage thousands of entries without effort.
User-friendly interface The most user-friendly open-source interface on the market.
SEO optimized Easily manage your SEO metadata with a repeatable field and use our Media Library to add captions, notes, and custom filenames to optimize the SEO of media assets.
Customizable API: Automatically build out the schema, models, controllers for your API from the editor. Get REST or GraphQL API out of the box without writing a single line of code.
Media Library: The media library allows you to store your images, videos and files in your Strapi admin panel with many ways to visualize and manage them.
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC): Role-Based Access Control is a feature available in the Administration Panel settings that let your team members have access rights only to the information they need.
Internationalization (i18n): Internationalization (i18n) lets you create many content versions, also called locales, in different languages and for different countries.
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