A How-To Guide to Headless and Decoupled CMSThe rapid evolution of diverse end-user clients and applications has given rise to a dizzying array of digital channels to support.
Websites in the past were built from monolithic architectures utilizing web content management solutions (CMS) that deliver content through a templating solution tightly “coupled” with the CMS on the back-end. Agile organizations crave flexibility, and strive to manage structured content across different presentation layers consistently in a way that’s scalable. Accomplishing this efficiently requires that teams have flexibility in the front-end frameworks that dominate the modern digital landscape.Read Report
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- Defining Decoupled CMS
- Platform Considerations
- Decoupled Flexibility: Progressive vs. Fully Decoupled
- Practical Decoupled Use Cases
- Best Practices: Drupal API