A headless CMS can be an excellent way to support multiple channels with maximum flexibility, but it also has some limitations. Would a hybrid solution be better for your business? We outline the pros and cons of each architecture style.
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.
When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
Here are five benefits developers—and, by extension, their projects—get from a Headless CMS.
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.
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.
Brightspot 4.0 redefines expectations for speed and flexibility in a content management system, making it possible to launch an enterprise site in under 90 days.
Publishers have more hungry mouths and minds to feed than ever. Today's brands must publish a lot of content—and often. To become a well-oiled publishing machine, your content management system (CMS) must be equipped to sustain this kind of volume.
Today, with Brightspot as its backend, Televisa manages 9 sites—8 of which are headless—from one CMS.1 Min Read
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.