This eBook explains the origin of headless CMS and why this architecture is an increasingly appealing option for technical teams. We detail the benefits of headless for technical teams and answer the following:
- The origins of headless CMS and how GraphQL fits in the equation
- Key considerations when evaluating headless CMS architecture from a technical standpoint
- A technical buyer’s checklist for getting started
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When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
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