Here's an example which we use on our own website, https://infinite.red: So, in this case, we're simply checking to see if the user has been logged in or not.
Since only Infinite Red employees have logins, it's safe for us to assume that if they're logged in, they have permission to edit the page.
If you use Guardian or something similar, you may need additional manipulations to your Notifications/alerts allow us to talk with the user about the various aspects of the editing experience.
For us, the contributors, this means that we may warn the user or developer of a breaking change that requires migrations (if they were forgotten to be executed).
For smaller websites and/or website that are hosted on the cloud, thesis offers a no-setup-required image uploader.
Files are stored in a separate table and contain all of the needed metadata (name, file type, and blobs themselves).- Bug fixes: page revision exception, add new page button hover issue.0.2.0 - Adds a backup (page revision history) feature.Every time a page is saved, a snapshot of the page and content is captured and can be restored later.- Thesis offers support for a few different ways to handle image uploads: store files in the database, point to an uploader/adapter inside your custom app, or use one of the prebuilt adapters (in progress).It's ideal for either adding limited editing support to existing Phoenix websites or building dynamic websites.Watch Jamon Holmgren give a 5-minute lightning talk about Thesis at Elixir Conf 2017: https://A CMS for Elixir/Phoenix that doesn't hijack your development workflow.Thesis is a lightweight and flexible Elixir/Phoenix CMS for quickly and easily adding content editing to any page on a Phoenix website, as well as creating new dynamically routed pages. I am looking for a suitable topic which is not tough but not quite common at the same time. Please provide me more options..if possible, pls list any place on the web also where I can get such topics for MIS specifically. it certainly falls under the authority of IS/IT in most companies and system security in general is impprtant enough to be valid for a masters thesis.I have increased the question point to 500 now, hoping more of us are involved. I've seen a couple of theses about even more basic things like NAT traversal of SIP The title of my MIS thesis paper was "Information Systems’ Role in Total Quality Management and Business Process Re-engineering" The essence of the paper, was to provide a detailed explanation of why TQM and BPR implementations were largely failures in the mid to late 80s, but a success in the 90's to the present.