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Headless and Decoupled CMS Architecture
When determining if a headless CMS makes the most sense for your business, you should first understand its advantages and its challenges, and also consider the other available CMS options.
Headless and Decoupled CMS
When determining if a headless CMS makes the most sense for your business, you should first understand its advantages and its challenges, and also consider the other available CMS options.
When determining if a headless CMS makes the most sense for your business, you should first understand its advantages and its challenges, and also consider the other available CMS options.
Brightspot Staff
By Brightspot Staff
March 20, 2019
In our work with clients and in our webinars, we field lots of questions about headless and decoupled CMS architecture. Here are answers to some of the most common.
Brightspot Staff
By Brightspot Staff
March 21, 2019
Here are five benefits developers—and, by extension, their projects—get from a Headless CMS.
Brightspot Staff
By Brightspot Staff
October 18, 2018
If it’s time to redesign your digital properties, it’s important to know the difference between traditional (also known as coupled), decoupled, and headless architecture, as well as the pros and cons associated with each.
No longer simply a trend, a headless CMS is a strategic choice for your company’s content, one that affords your content creators and developers greater power, freedom and agility.
When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
A recent Brightspot implementation with the outdoor equipment company Coleman shows how going with a headless CMS architecture can help deliver a rich app experience in far less time than a traditional approach.
Today, with Brightspot as its backend, Televisa manages 9 sites—8 of which are headless—from one CMS.
Learn why a headless CMS is a strategic choice that affords your content creators and developers greater power, freedom and agility.
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Developed by leveraging insights gained during discussions with hundreds of customers, this guide will answer your questions and help you identify the right digital solution.