Wikipedia defines a Headless CMS, as a back-end-only content management system that acts primarily as a content repository.
What is a Headless CMS
A headless CMS makes content accessible via an API for display on any device, and being able to access that information from anywhere on the planet through any device is ultimately going to be where things are in the future.
In this podcast, Jesse Flores explains more about why you should adopt a headless Content Management Systems’ approach to manage your content over the traditional systems.
Traditional vs Headless CMS
Traditional CMS has a one-to-one architecture with monolithic extensibility and the device compatibility is limited. It also has higher loading times. Instead, the Headless CMS offers a one-to-many architecture, with modular extensibility and a responsive design. It also has lower load times.
To sum up, don´t mess up on the opportunity to listen to Jesse Flores Podcast. He explains why they are the future, and worth paying attention to.
Moreover, if you need more information about how you can improve your content strategy, why not read this post about how a content brief can help you improve your content?
- [0:11] Our thoughts on the web today.
- [1:03] CMS in the past.
- [2:32] The dive into Headless Content Management Systems.
- [4:51] Why Headless Content Management Systems matters.