Headless Content Management Systems have come a long way and gained popularity in the CMS world. When building mobile apps or web apps, do you have a strategy for dealing with static app content? A headless CMS provides a content management interface, just like traditional CMSs like WordPress, Drupal, etc. But instead of outputting content as HTML for a web page, a headless CMS delivers the content through a web or mobile app API. Headless CMSs are often meant for teams to work alongside developers. Many systems in this category provide easy-to-use interfaces for non-technical people to work with content; some have good pre-made templates. Where the headless CMS shines most is in projects that require complex integration, multi-channel content delivery, as well as speed and scalability. In a nutshell, Headless CMS is just a content repository. You will still need other tools to make that content available to your end users. We at Web and App Studio have tapped into this domain as websites aren’t just websites anymore. Websites are now transforming into web applications with the possibility to scale and distribute multi-channel. You can always stick with traditional CMS if you run a once-a-while updated site. But if you are planning to build a place where your content plays an important role, consider a headless CMS as it will pay off big by the ideal approach to begin small and upscale.
15 September 2022
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