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Osmek vs Tipe: What are the differences?

Osmek: A new kind of content management system, built in the cloud. Build your site in any programming language, or framework, on any server. Distribute your content to one site, or fifty, in JSON or RSS, as custom templates, or XML. With your content tucked snuggly in the cloud, you're free to develop your way; Tipe: Generate an API-first CMS from a schema file with offline prototyping, an inline editor, and with a REST or GraphQL API. All your Apps have text and your developers don't want to manage it. Create and manage your text or assets with powerful editing tools and access it from anywhere with a GraphQL or REST API.

Osmek and Tipe can be primarily classified as "Cloud Content Management System" tools.

Some of the features offered by Osmek are:

  • Language Independent
  • Freedom from Frameworks
  • Reduced Dev Time

On the other hand, Tipe provides the following key features:

  • Text Management
  • GraphQL
  • REST API

Tipe is an open source tool with 1.96K GitHub stars and 177 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Tipe's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Osmek
Pros of Tipe
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    Simple user interface
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    Powerful straightforward API
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    GraphQL
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    Localization
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    Asset Management
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    REST API
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    Scalable Platform
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    Content Engine
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    Rich Content Editing
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    Webhooks
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    Open-Source
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    Plugins
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    Infinitely Scalable
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    API-based cms
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    For Developers
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    Logo and Design
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    Cats
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    Workflows
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    API
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    Serverless Architecture
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    Role Based Workflows

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What is Osmek?

Build your site in any programming language, or framework, on any server. Distribute your content to one site, or fifty, in JSON or RSS, as custom templates, or XML. With your content tucked snuggly in the cloud, you're free to develop your way.

What is Tipe?

All your Apps have text and your developers don't want to manage it. Create and manage your text or assets with powerful editing tools and access it from anywhere with a GraphQL or REST API.

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