Generally speaking, there are two main types of Web/Experience Content Management System (CMS) architectures: coupled and decoupled. Historically the term “coupled” has referred to the relationship between the authoring tools and content delivery of your live site. With the introduction of headless CMS platforms, the landscape has become a bit more complicated. Are headless CMS’s the new decoupled CMS? Let’s explore.
Headless CMS technology provides content to the presentation tier (or content consumer) as a service, typically via a RESTful interface in JSON or XML format. This is known as Content as a Service (CaaS.)
We’ve already talked about how, as developers, iFrames can sometimes be our worst enemies. Because their content is often hosted on another server (as well as their stylesheets), they can be a huge pain to change around and manipulate. In our previous iFrame post, we gave you a snippet that can be used to access […]
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