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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 headless or decoupled mode.


Contentful

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www.contentful.com

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.

Netlify CMS

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www.netlifycms.org

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.

Wordpress

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wordpress.com

Headless WordPress takes advantage of the WordPress REST API to separate its content from the frontend that displays it

Prismic

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prismic.io

A headless, API-first, hosted, proprietary CMS – with a web app for creating and publishing content

Drupal

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www.drupal.org

Using Drupal as a decoupled CMS allows developers to utilize a wide variety of technologies to render the front-end experience.

Strapi

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strapi.io

Strapi is the leading open-source headless CMS. It’s 100% Javascript, fully customizable and developer-first.

Ghost

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ghost.org

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.