Marketers want to instantly and easily maintain content to respond to market changes and generate leads. Content should be usable on all platforms, and creating the digital experience should be intuitive, cost-effective and possible without engaging with a developer.
Learn about the ins-and-outs of headless CMS, why headless CMS is the obvious choice, and which headless CMS system is the best choice for you.
Headless CMS explained in one minute
There are platforms like WordPress, Drupal and Sitecore that help you store and publish content like text, images and video on websites.
A CMS organizes content in webpage-oriented frameworks. Your content, images, HTML, and CSS commingles with code and are impossible to reuse on other platforms or software such as mobile apps, and digital displays.
A headless CMS on the other hand disconnects the frontend and backend of a website with no presentation layer and no mingling with code. It only focuses on the content itself.
The database-based backend makes the content available on several platforms through an API platform. You focus on the content only and can serve any type of content to every device.
Want to learn more? Read our blog: What is a headless CMS?