New Developer Documentation
We've just published a new developer document about custom backend request handlers. These handlers are used to allow interaction between client web sites and your own custom functionality.
For instance, Recite CMS currently has its own set of backend request handlers which perform the following functions:
- Logging users out
- Processing user-submitted forms
- Managing updates to user shopping carts
They are especially useful as an endpoint for web sites that need to make use of Ajax, since the backend request handlers can easily return JSON-encoded data if required.
For more details, head over to the Recite CMS Documentation Portal.
We're working hard on publishing all of our developer documentation. We acknowledge it's not currently complete on the documentation portal, so if there's any further documentation required, let us know and we'll provide you with the required documentation and direction!