apostrophe-fancy-page module is designed to extend a regular page, allowing you to add custom properties and functionality without relying on the
Pages and snippets are two different approaches to content in Apostrophe. If you're unsure of which to use, go through this quick checklist:
Are you making a type of content that should be managed globally? If so, you want to take advantage of snippets.
Do your pages need to have child pages? If so, you should use pages. Snippets cannot have subpages.
Does your page need to have a permanent url? If so, you should use pages. Snippets may have different URLs depending on where they are used and accessed.
Do you want separate "blogs," "calendars" or "companies" with separate permissions for who can edit the "posts," "events" or "products" of each one? Fancy pages are the way to go, and we've already done it! So check out apostrophe-blog-2 and consider subclassing it to save yourself some work. That module uses two subclasses of
apostrophe-fancy-pageto represent blogs and individual blog posts.