Considering a Headless CMS: Five Benefits of a Decoupled Architecture
A step towards removing the ceiling on the possibilities for content creation and distribution.
In the publishing and digital media space, traditional CMSs such as Wordpress or Drupal provide a lot of functionality out of the box. These CMSs allow a business to easily build a content repository, along with the presentational aspects that are necessary to display and interact with that content.
Traditional CMS platforms are a fantastic way to get started in the publishing and digital media space. However, they may hamper the evolution of a digital media brand. Embracing a headless CMS or decoupled architecture is a good step towards removing the ceiling on the possibilities for content creation and distribution.
So what’s a headless CMS and how is it different? Why should a business choose this route, and what exactly are the benefits? Continue on to our guide that answers these questions and more, including visualizations for how it works.
This Checklist Includes:
- Defining a Headless CMS and Decoupled Architecture
- Five benefits of a Decoupled Architecture
- Visualizations of how a Headless CMS works