Discover why hybrid CMS architecture is the most flexible option for content management, and how it offers the best ability to mix presentation choices.
Brightspot Principal Product Manager Jon Rojas shares about what he sees as critical CMS needs for starting down the digital-transformation path.
Digital accessibility standards have existed since the 1990s, yet accessibility remains woefully inadequate.
A look at how Brightspot's CMS framework and architecture is designed to extend and support myriad use cases
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Previously hosted on Drupal and two other platforms, Australia's multilingual public-service broadcaster, Special Broadcasting Service, is now able to deliver to its front-end head via Brightspot headless CMS.
The countdown for Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023 has begun. And that countdown clock lives on the new digital home for the Berlin 2023 games, powered by Brightspot CMS.
Initiated in November 2021, the digital home for DispatchHealth got a major upgrade in January 2022. The DispatchHealth.com site was migrated off WordPress in less than two months.
Brightspot helps Euromoney’s B2B information division achieve speed, higher engagement and cost savings through consolidating properties on its enterprise CMS.
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Content management system FAQs
We know, the world of CMS can get pretty confusing, so here are some helpful primers for everything you need to know about content management systems, headless CMS, decoupled CMS, and more.
Content management systems are a key part of a brand's technology stack, yet it can be challenging for buyers to know how to choose the right one. Here's a primer for everything you need to get started when selecting a new CMS.
Learn what a headless content management system (CMS) is, how it differs from traditional CMS architectures and how the flexibility of Brightspot's hybrid-headless CMS approach can future-proof your business.
Find out everything you need to know about headless CMS architecture and the questions decision makers need to ask when considering headless CMS for their organizations.
Find out everything you need to know about decoupled CMS architecture and the questions decision makers need to ask when considering different CMS options—headless, decoupled, hybrid—for their organizations.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with existing data. Here are some common questions about GraphQL—and how Brightspot helps solve them.
A digital asset management system is a solution that helps organizations and publishers manage and access all of their digital assets through tools like search, workflows and editing features—all in one place. Find out here some of the more common questions around digital asset management.
GraphQL is the programming language that enables flexible connection with programming APIs that support headless CMS integrations like the one offered through Brightspot.
JAMstack has emerged in recent years as a popular standard for web development. But what is JAMstack, and what's driving its adoption among web developers? We take a look at the pros and cons of JAMstack, and how Brightspot integrates with this approach.
Global research firm Forrester says, "Agile CMS seeks to enable collaborative, iterative approaches to content and experiences that satisfy both sides of the house." We think Brightspot has embodied all these things for over a decade long before the firm coined the term as part of its 2021 Forrester Wave evaluation of agile CMSs.
We explore the differences between a DXP -- digital experience platform -- and CMS. The idea of DXP has emerged in the web content management space as a way to encapsulate the many tools, channels and services required to deliver the end-user experience, of which your traditional CMS is a core component to drive digital identity and engagement.