Why are headless CMS used? Is a headless CMS right for you and your business? Kurtis Rogers, Front-end Web Developer, answers these questions and more.
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Five things to look for in a CMS interface
Our local Bathcamp last night was a "CMS Smackdown", where people representing 7 different Content Management Systems (CMS) highlighted the five things they love, and five things they hate about their CMS.
Integrating Web 2.0 into your CMS
Choosing a CMS is a long-term commitment. You are choosing how your site will be driven and how it will be updated. What your CMS can do affects what you can do. When selecting a CMS, you are committing your content to be stored within this specific system; your data is then manipulated ('normalised') into formats suitable for the system's storage mechanism. From this point onwards, any future decision to switch CMS providers will now need to include the laborious (and often expensive) task of data migration. It is clear to see that choosing a CMS is a commitment and needs to be carefully considered.