- Wed Apr 19 17:18:50 EDT 2017
Wed Apr 19 17:18:50 EDT 2017
Over the past year or so, we’ve seen and read tons of articles about headless content management systems (CMS). Some writers argue that headless CMS is better for everyone, while others believe that coupled/traditional CMS is far less cumbersome. In the midst of the headless versus traditional CMS conversation, decoupled CMS has either been used interchangeably with headless CMS or it has been hailed as the holy grail of CMS structure.
For most companies the question that remains is, “Do I need a headless CMS?” In order to answer this question, we are writing a three-part series to address the differences among the different CMS architectures, the pros and cons of each CMS architecture, and the details behind how and why we developed Brightspot’s architecture.
First, we’ll tackle the differences among all three CMS architectures. Below we outline the distinct differences among coupled, decoupled and headless CMS.
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