HubSpot Developer Changelog

18 Posts in CMS

HubSpot CMS CLI user experience improvements

The CMS CLI has been updated, adding a lot of new user experience improvements. Better secret management, command completion, browser shortcuts, interact with the developer file system in new ways and more!
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Mobile breakpoint for themes

Modern websites are responsive, they need to look and function well on mobile as well as they do on desktop. It is now possible to provide alternate theme styles for mobile.
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HubSpot VS Code Extension

We're always looking to improve the local development experience when building on HubSpot’s CMS. Today we are announcing the HubSpot VS Code Extension, and asking for your feedback.
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CMS CLI watch skips initial upload, create vue-app

Thanks to feedback from the community the CMS CLI watch command has been updated to not immediately upload the watched directory by default. It's now also easier to start working with Vue.js on HubSpot.
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Module fields can be nested 4 levels deep, and new require_head tag

You are now able to create modules that have fields that have 4 levels of depth. This is an increase from the previous 3 levels. Developers can now provide content creators easier interfaces by using more nested field groups. We're also adding a new...
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New CLI features - HubDB, file manager fetch, and webpack serverless

The CMS CLI (Command Line Interface) is getting several new features in version 1.1.9. Interact with HubDB, fetch from the file manager, and create webpack-serverless. Use npm install -g @hubspot/cms-cli@latest to update to the latest version.
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Theme Field Validation

At CMS Hub launch we announced themes. We are rolling out validation for the theme fields.json to help theme developers. Errors in the file will be publish blocking, preventing you from adding invalid code that won't work. This is rolling out in two...
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Creation of themes, serverless functions, and access to default themes and modules in the Design Manager

The launch of CMS Hub introduced serverless functions, themes, and HubSpot default themes. Creating serverless functions and themes previously required using the CMS CLI. You can now do this through the Design Manager. Please note: serverless...
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Drag and drop area styles moved from footer to header

Drag and drop areas produce styles from attributes in the template and page-editor. These styles are output in the standard_footer_includes. Those styles are moving to the standard_header_includes.
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The CMS CLI is replacing FTP

FTP is an aging technology from the 1970s that relies on FTP clients we didn't build. To deliver the best developer experience we can, it doesn't make sense to continue investing resources in the maintenance of an experience that you’re not...
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