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Headless CMS are all the rage, and for good reason. Headless should not be translated as “headless” here, but rather it means that many different “heads” can be placed on this CMS. The decoupling of the backend from the frontend opens up the possibility of setting up expandable and flexible web applications with microservice structures, which score with a high level of usability and adaptability. So there is not just one purpose (websites), but many different ones (phones/smartphones, smartwatches or emerging technologies such as voice-controlled assistants, virtual reality headsets, APP, e-commerce).

The backend of this solution is a content hub. The content is hosted here and can be played out on any of the various platforms. The data exchange takes place via APIs, which make the system even more secure compared to a traditional CMS.

These are the Advantages of a headless CMS

Manage content in one place and publish in many places

Headless CMS are cloud-ready

Generic interface (REST API or GraphQL)

Modern frontend technologies for optimal e

CaaS (Content as a Service) for maximum flexibility in the frontend

Improved security due to APIs

Headless CMS and traditional CMS in comparison

With the traditional CMS (Content Management System), the front end is heavily integrated into the CMS. The focus is not only on the content, but also on the layout and the communication channel (often only designed for websites). This loses flexibility and possibilities in the user interface. Today, content is in demand in a wide variety of places and on a wide variety of devices (website, mobile app, smartwatch, etc.). Accordingly, flexibility is a must. This is where the headless CMS comes into play. With the headless CMS approach, the CMS (backend) and user interface (frontend) are decoupled from one another. With the headless approach, the CMS only takes care of the content and its structure. The front end is then exclusively responsible for the display. It doesn't matter whether it's a mobile app, a social media channel or a newsletter from a traditional website. With the headless CMS, the front end is optimized for the respective device and channel, which guarantees outstanding digital experiences.

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