Headless content maganement systems (cms)
Headless CMS is decoupled from frontend concerns, which frees developers to build rich experiences for end users
A headless CMS is content management software that enables writers to produce and organize content, while providing developers with structured data that can be displayed using a separate system on the frontend of a website or app.
A traditional, monolithic CMS is responsible for both the backend management of content, and serving that content to end users. Many content management systems (CMS) now support a
Contentful is API-first, fully extensible, scales up for the most demanding digital experiences, control all content from a single hub, publish to any channel, and integrate hundreds of tools.
Content is stored in your Git repository alongside your code for easier versioning, multi-channel publishing, and the option to handle content updates directly in Git.
Headless WordPress takes advantage of the WordPress REST API to separate its content from the frontend that displays it
A headless, API-first, hosted, proprietary CMS – with a web app for creating and publishing content
Using Drupal as a decoupled CMS allows developers to utilize a wide variety of technologies to render the front-end experience.
Ghost is the world’s most popular open source headless Node.js CMS — it ships with a default admin client and front-end, but you can also swap them out with your own JAMstack.