JAMSTACK's growing popularity has accelerated the adoption of headless CMS, letting developers best choose how content is provided.
You need to design dynamic, personalized digital experiences
A headless CMS serves as the underlying repository for structuring content flows in order to deliver tailored, integrated experiences. This is especially beneficial for eCommerce businesses.
You have a Jekyll, Gatsby, or another static site-generated website
Headless CMS simplifies the management of a static website. It isolates content from presentation and delivers all of your content via content APIs.
You have a native app (iOS, Android, Windows Phone)
You can distribute content from a headless CMS to all your websites and applications for a once-and-done distribution. Content providers have a web-based dashboard to generate content for iOS and Android apps. This assures message consistency and device-agnostic reach.
You want to add a CMS to your eCommerce stack (Shopify, BigCommerce, Commercetools, Hybris, Magento2, etc.)
A headless CMS is great for eCommerce retailers that wish to future-proof themselves. It also helps teams design and deliver consumer experiences and update marketing campaigns quickly.
You Need Robust Content Management
As stated throughout this article, a headless CMS provides robust abilities to create, manage, and recycle content across different devices and different contexts.
Why should you NOT use a Headless CMS? Find out in our original article below!