[build with legos instead of duct tape] Build with Legos instead of Duct Tape. We built Airship because we really hate building workarounds. Working with other content management systems, customization requires a lot of effort for seemingly simple things. Sometimes the controls are clunky, or the output is ugly. Some examples:
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Building pages, collections in Airship CMS, and connecting them with relationships allows you to create a schema that is architected from the ground up, instead of patched together from an existing framework. This works really well for organizing user-managed content.