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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. Brightspot's extensible architecture means you can publish how you want—headless or decoupled—all from the same environment.
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.
Learn the difference between traditional (or coupled) CMS, decoupled CMS, and headless CMS architecture, as well as the pros and cons for each.
GraphQL is the programming language that enables flexible connection with programming APIs that support headless CMS integrations like the one offered through Brightspot.
If you're exploring changes to your content management system, then you've probably heard about the trend toward headless CMS architecture. Learn the pros and cons of a headless CMS implementation versus hybrid architecture style.
Take a technical deep dive on CMS architecture and the role that APIs play, including the distinction between API-only versus API-first system design.
A headless system using GraphQL has its pros and cons. At Brightspot, we’ve identified four of the primary issues associated with GraphQL and developed innovative solutions to address each one.
Headless CMS offers a future-proofed framework in our evolving digital age, and the developer flexibility, personalized content capabilities and speedy content delivery offered through headless give companies a competitive edge. Here are 10 things to consider as you consider shifting to headless CMS.
In our work with clients and in webinars, we field lots of questions about headless and decoupled CMS architecture. Here are answers to some of the most common.
Modern headless content management system platforms can give you the flexibility you need to change—but there are four things to consider first.
Everything you need to know about the advantages of GraphQL and how GraphQL queries work
Hear from two Brightspot software engineers about the CMS architectures you need to consider, some of the most essential CMS capabilities and how those capabilities map to your organization's needs.
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.
Discover why hybrid CMS architecture is the most flexible option for content management, and how it offers the ability to mix presentation choices.
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.
As a technical leader, finding the right CMS for your organization will require flexibility, and that isn’t always easy for some platforms.
An API-first CMS provides the advantages of headless CMS—API-only—with rich capabilities like workflow, search and content delivery. With an API-first platform, businesses have the option to use a number of pre-built integrations to save valuable development time and effort.
Here are five benefits developers—and, by extension, their projects—get from a headless CMS.
While headless CMS is not a new concept in the digital space, today it’s an increasingly attractive proposition for businesses looking to move their digital transformation efforts forward in an impactful way.
With today's always-on technology, a headless CMS approach offers the benefits of flexibility, speed and scalability for digital and editorial leads at media companies.
Any business using a traditional CMS should at least consider how a headless CMS could simplify and accelerate the way they share consistent content with audiences across multiple platforms.
There's been a lot of buzz lately around headless commerce. But what is headless commerce, and why is everyone talking about it?
GraphQL is a query language that enables the connection of programming APIs that enable headless CMS integrations like those possible through the Brightspot CMS. For digital-media teams, GraphQL supports two of the most important factors in content development: speed and flexibility.
The world of CMS has gotten very complicated. The options for CMS architectures have grown along with the numbers of vendors trying to convince you their approach is the best. To help you cut through all the clutter, we've explained the differences between the three main types of CMS platforms: coupled, decoupled, and headless, as well as the pros and cons of each of them.
To be successful, brands must provide great digital customer experiences. A headless CMS solution simplifies programming efforts by removing front- and back-end dependencies, freeing up teams to work in parallel on projects that bring quickest value to both customers and the business.

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