When deciding which CMS architecture is the best match for your business, it’s important to review and clearly define your expectations for content creation and delivery, development and publishing speeds, and integration with your existing tech stack.
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Unlike traditional legacy systems, modern CMS platforms—particularly modern headless CMS platforms—can give you the flexibility you need to change with your growing business and technological needs.
While traditional CMS architecture used to be the standard, companies are now pursuing the agility and flexibility provided by decoupled and headless CMS solutions. Here are pros and cons of each.
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.
Today's decoupled and headless CMS revolution is driving up demand for more flexible systems that deliver the fully developed backend you need, and the flexible frontend you want.