As web developers, tools such as Squarespace and Wix are far too limiting and not developer-friendly. Most often, we rely on WordPress as a CMS but our workflow has evolved over the last decade and WordPress is not adapting to our current needs. There is a big need for a CMS that's developer-friendly and that's user-friendly for our non-technical colleagues. WordPress currently powers 25% of all websites today but web developers are choosing new tools to build sites that are "serverless" and incompatible with WordPress. Forestry.io is a content management system (CMS) for sites built with these new tools (static site generators). Forestry is planning on moving a large part of the web over to it's platform, static site generators are just the beginning. After launching last month, Forestry has over 3,000 developers on it's platform.Something looks off?