When we introduced API access a few weeks ago, we knew the initial limitations wouldn't work for everyone. Yesterday, we put the finishing touches on our expanded API access. We now have four plans that provide different levels of access to our detection algorithms and hopefully better fit the needs of our users. You can view and select from our four plans here: whatcms.org/Subscriptions
Just a quick update here but wanted to mention that everything here at WhatCMS.org is going great.
Traffic to the site has been increasing week after week. We're not only seeing increased live users, we're also seeing significant growth of our API (users and requests). Speaking of the API, we'll be rolling out some additional options, hopefully in the next couple of days.
Checked the site this morning to find a bug had thrown our detection system offline. The bug has been fixed and detections working again.
API development is going fast and we have the initial release ready for users. Check it out for details on how to sign up and query our server.
It looks like it might be time to develop an API for WhatCMS.org. There have been a few request from users and we've been seeing usage grow consistently where we now think an API would be benefit everyone. There's no timeline or details yet so stay tuned for more info.
We've been pushing over the past few days to add more content management system to our detection service. We now have 225 with more to come.
We just added detection methods for Perch. Detection rates and popular sites will be displayed updated on this page
In our continued efforts to be the best CMS detection service available, we've added some more detections bringing our total to 195. With all these detection methods we've also been beefing up our quality control to make sure we're not giving you inaccurate results. Stay tuned for more improvements.
We've added a number of more detection methods and we're up to 192 systems. Still more to come!
Not sure how Craft CMS escaped us for so long. It has a significant market share and we should have added it a long time ago.