Imagine your company’s public-facing website being able to serve everyone, inside and outside of your company, with rich and informative content that you can launch quickly and test out easily. Product pages would host flexible and responsive e-commerce systems that…
Let’s say you have fully explored your Content Management System (CMS) options for building a new or upgrading an existing business website and you’ve decided to integrate a Headless Content Management System (HCMS). You’ve likely determined that it’s what your business needs – either because you’ve experienced a lot of growth and you want to deliver a seamless website experience for your teams, buyers, and vendors; you’ve been coping for a while with an outdated system and the time to update is urgent, or you fully anticipate and want to be prepared for a wave of new online business.
There is a substantial selection of frontend web frameworks and libraries available. I’m just going to cover a few of the ones I prefer, for various reasons.
There are a multitude of Headless Content Management System (HCMS) options available. Choosing the right one for your company’s website will depend a great deal on how you will use it, who will use it, and who will manage it - making “usability” or “user-friendliness” for non-technical users a primary factor in your decision-making process.
A Headless Content Management System (HCMS) makes it possible to publish content through APIs and deliver that content across different channels, including your website and mobile apps.
Headless CMS is decoupled from your website’s front end, allowing engineers to tweak, add and subtract backend apps without having to rebuild the site when your company adds new offerings or desires a visual refresh.
You’re unbounded with HCMS and you’re conveniently in control of your backend data to help you meet your goals. You’re “going pro” with HCMS by departing from a traditional CMS that loads pages, often slowly, if a website has become bloated with plugins and pages...