Open-source headless CMS Strapi has announced the general availability of its Community Edition after 24 months of rapid iteration.

The company also announced the availability of paid support for enterprises deploying Strapi in production and disclosed plans for an Enterprise Edition, which is currently in private beta testing with select companies.

The Strapi CMS is completely customizable using application programming interfaces (APIs) so that content from databases and files can be accessed for display on websites, smartphones, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

“After years of development on our community edition of Strapi, we’re delivering a version that is ready for large-scale enterprise adoption, along with expert support to assist with initial implementations,” said Pierre Burgy, co-founder, and CEO of Strapi. “This new release also provides a solid foundation for the development of Strapi’s ecosystem to build even more plug-ins, integrations, and customizations.”

Strapi works with all the JAMstack static site generators and front-end frameworks (like Gatsby.js, Next.js, Nuxt.js, Angular, React, Vue.js), provides support for both SQL and NoSQL databases and can be easily deployed anywhere: on-premises, in a PaaS (Platform as a Service) or any public cloud.

Helping to further drive adoption will be an initial group of worldwide partners that deliver services with the Strapi CMS, which include AE Studio (USA), Capfi (France), Freshcells (Germany), Simform (USA) and SovTech (UK, South Africa and Kenya).

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