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6 excellent intros to headless CMS

What is headless CMS really? Get a thorough introduction with these resources.

What is headless or decoupled CMS? - Enonic

The way people interact with digital content is changing hence, there are more then one type of CMS. Have heard of “headless” and “decoupled”? We are showing you their similarities, differences here.

Introduction to the Headless CMS - By

There are certain types of content management systems — Coupled CMS and Decoupled CMS. The coupled CMS is also known as a traditional or monolith architecture. In a coupled CMS, the back-end is bound to the front-end. As an example of coupled CMS — WordPress or Drupal. It allows users to create content, save it to the back-end and serve it to the front-end. Usually, the coupled CMS allows users to style and customise the frontend, but often those changes are limited.

What is a headless CMS 🤔 for makers of the web - Prismic

[Reading time: 5 min] · A headless CMS – a CMS with an API – is an alternative to an "old school" CMS, like WordPress or Drupal. It’s used by developers and marketers who run websites or apps – and others who make stuff for the internet. Read on to find out: what’s good about headless, who should care, and why.

Headless CMS explained in 5 minutes - Storyblok

This article will cover the basics of what a headless CMS actually is. You will learn about the main differences between a headless CMS (eg. Storyblok, Contentful, Prismic, …) - and more traditional CMS like Adobe Experience Manager, Wordpress, and Sitecore.

An Introduction to Headless CMS - Hongkiat

A headless CMS is a content management system (CMS) that's separated from the front-end. In other words, it's a CMS that provides only content through the

Headless CMS explained in 2 minutes

A headless CMS is a content management system that provides a way to author content, but instead of web page rendering, it provides the content as data over an API.