A PRISMIC ORIGINAL SHOW
Wed, Jun 30, 2021 4:00 PM
Every month, Renaud and Sadek host this live show to share news about Prismic's product strategy, announce new features, and present early prototypes. It's also the place where Prismic enthusiasts meet and connect. You can participate with live chat and a Q&A session, and help us choose what features and topics to cover.
We offer attendees an Uber voucher so that you can enjoy a pizza or a warm dish while watching the show.
Connect with like-minded Prismic people, share your opinions about front-end stacks, and grow your circle.
EPISODE 10 • May, 2021
Our May Product Meetup is happening on Wednesday and we’ve got a big announcement about the future of Prismic. We would love for you to join us to hear the news and discuss the future.
EPISODE 9 • Apr, 2021
Prismic is a proudly proprietary platform. We offer a managed CMS, taking care of most of the heavy lifting like hosting, upgrades, and maintenance. But being closed-source does not mean we're closed to open source.
EPISODE 8 • Mar, 2021
We used this meetup to announce several improvements, but the main discussion was about content models and how to version them.
EPISODE 7 • Feb, 2021
How we made the Prismic API scalable, so it responds quickly no matter how many users we get, and no matter how many responses we serve.
EPISODE 6 • Jan, 2021
We took a closer look at upcoming improvements to Slice Machine and announced the details of our second #SliceContest.
EPISODE 5 • Dec, 2020
We took a quick look at some of our major updates from the year and looked ahead at what we'll be releasing in 2021.
EPISODE 4 • Nov, 2020
We focused on our features that are most popular with our e-commerce users and announced that we will introduce a Write API for our Integration Fields feature.
EPISODE 3 • Oct, 2020
Sadek and Renaud unveiled the new version of Slice Machine. This new version includes Slice Builder, which allows you to model and generate CMS data locally.
EPISODE 2 • Sep, 2020
Sadek and Renaud discussed our new user roles per locale, teased some upcoming updates to Slices and Slice Machine, and covered a wide range of other topics.