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3. Classification Types

You can use 3 kind of Classification types:

3.1. Tag

A tag is a label attached to someone or something for identification or other information.

Usage: A blog post can have many tags.

3.2. Collection

A collection is a group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept together.

Usage: A blog post belongs to one collection.

3.3. Category

A category is a class or division of things regarded as having particular shared characteristics.

Usage: A product available through a shop belongs to one or many categories.

For more practical examples, don’t hesitate to test the public demo of Sonata. If you want to know more, you can fork the Sonata sandbox from Github.com and analyse how it’s built.

4. Context

A Context is a way to group Tag, Collection and Category into one set. So you can have duplicate tag accross contexts.

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