Hey @vikaspotluri123, thanks for your input
So that’s what I’ve ran into and have questions about.
I want to use Ghost to provide me an interface to deal with the entities I have in my front-end. Entities I also want to be able to edit at the front-end. The Content-API doesnt seem to provide in this, since its read-only (or is there another? or is ‘Ghost API’-naming being interchanged with the Content API)? The whole BREAD (browse, read, edit, add, delete) endpoints don’t seem to apply to the Content-API.
So could someone confirm the accuracy of my train of thought as followed:
Fundamentally I just want to have a React.js front, with a Ghost CMS back-end. Communicating through GraphQL. But the same GraphQL features are not present for the Admin-API as they are for the Content-API. So I’ll have to wrap the Admin-API myself as instructed for example here.
Is this the right approach? Am I missing anything?
Any help on clarification is much much appreciated as I dont have a wild amount of experience with any of the technologies described. I know my way around React.js though.
Ps: Tiny deviation on the question at hand, but to host any form of Ghost, i would always need a server/terminal interface to run it? I have a shared-hosting space, but without a SSH-terminal. Creating a build (much like create-react-app), and just uploading that through FTP is not an option I understand?