The following are a great way to see what Keystone can do, and how to use its various features.
The demo app is a simple implementation showing how to create a blog, photo gallery and contact form, as well as how to set up session management, error handling and csv downloads.
You can also log into the Keystone Admin UI and see how it works using the demo account.
It features a database of meetups, members, links, blog, organisations and mentors, as well as support for account creation and login using Facebook, Twitter and GitHub accounts.
It also includes the new client-side content management features, and a page where members can manage their profiles, rsvp to meetups and submit posts and links.
There are an ever-growing number of websites and applications in production powered by KeystoneJS - here are some of our favourites.
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Make & Build is a team of digital craftsmen in Atlanta, GA, and you can read their slidedeck about moving from Wordpress to KeystoneJS here.
Macmillan Education's next generation of learning applications is powered by KeystoneJS, which provides their licensing system, back-end API, progress synchronisation and mark book generation for teachers.
The Yoga Teachers Association of Australia's website and back-end management system is built with KeystoneJS.
KeystoneJS is behind the beautiful design, dynamic content and appointment setting features and customer area of Suit Shop's website.
Tim has created a unique format for his personal blog, to go with the great content. You can read about his experience transitioning to KeystoneJS in this post.
The ExhibitionsRUs website is a UK e-commerce site with a product catalogue and shopping cart, built by ProWebSoftware with KeystoneJS.
The idea behind this site is to connect positive people of cheerful spirit and a good heart in every possible way.
corkdev.io is an open forum of professionals, hackers, architects and software engineers in Cork, Ireland.
The High School Hackers meetup crew in Philly have done a great job of taking our SydJS site and making it their own.