Headless Content Management Systems

< Back to category

Definition

Headless CMS is a content management system that manages and organizes content without a connected front-end or display layer. The headless CMS is where all of your content and assets live. Then, you use a content API to distribute that content to anywhere and everywhere you need it — your website, your mobile app, your email marketing, your CRM, etc 

Source: Contentstack

Contribute to this definition

Products

The flexible, full-featured Cloud CMS that is a headless CMS is built around high performance JSON architecture. Its headless API model that enables businesses to easily create, manage and publish content anywhere. Cloud CMS is available as a hosted...
  Compare
Kentico Cloud represents a comprehensive cloud-first headless CMS and digital experience platform that allows companies to focus on creating great digital experiences for their clients without having to tackle the technical challenges of running a CM...
  Compare
Prismic is a headless CMS with an API, CDN, and a writing room. prismic.io enables marketing teams to create highly targeted acquisition campaigns. Using prismic.io’s features, including its Content Slices, developers predefine flexible content compo...
  Compare
By Strapi
Strapi is an open-source headless CMS. It’s 100% Javascript, fully customizable and developer-first. Strapi is easy to maintain, front-end framework agnostic, and extensible integrations — empowering business users and freeing developers.
  Compare
Superdesk is a state-of-the-art digital newsroom system. It combines headless CMS functionality with powerful workflow features for an end-to-end news creation, production, curation and distribution platform. Built alongside journalists in the newsro...
  Compare
Finding more products...