OK, but really: What is a headless CMS?
So what does that actually mean? Why is headless architecture important to the future of digital experiences?
Headless architecture is partly a response to the way web content has evolved. For a long time, most web content was delivered through a browser, often as a web page. But new connected devices are arriving all the time.
Today, audiences consume content through new interfaces with different form factors—things like smartphones, wearables, AI-enabled voice assistants, and even virtual reality headsets.
Headless CMS architecture is foundational to addressing these new content challenges. It means you can easily create and manage more things and deliver them to more places.
But before we get too technical, let’s start with the basics.