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  1. Agility CMS is a cloud-based content management system for building and managing responsive websites and apps.

    6 Amazing Characteristics that make Headless CMS different... about 6 months ago:

    For frontend developers, it's like changing the heads (the devices) via their respective APIs. Popular examples of headless CMS include Strapi, Agility CMS, Ghost, and more.
  2. Magnolia is a digital business platform with a CMS at its core.

  3. Get people to your products faster. Personalize your customer experience. Increase your revenue.

  4. API-first CMS + blog platform built for developers & marketers.

    freemium $50.0 / Monthly

    Headless CMS plans comparison for API calls about 4 months ago:

    3. Butter CMS Link: ButterCMS Website.
  5. You don't need another CMS. You need a better way to manage content — unified, structured, and ready to deploy to any digital channel.

    Beginner Question: How would you go around adding a CMS to a... about about 2 months ago:

    Forestry.io and contentful.com come to mind, though you'd still need to figure out way to sync their output into firebase (or just use both?). Worth reading more about the JAM Stack if you haven't already, there's some good resources on that site that might be an even better fit for you.
  6. Cosmic JS is an API-first Headless CMS for building content-powered apps in any programming language.

    freemium

    How to Build a Blazing-Fast Astro Blog with Cosmic CMS about about 2 months ago

    In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create a simple Blog application using Astro, and Cosmic CMS. Without further ado, grab some coffee & let's build a cool app!
  7. Connect DatoCMS to your favorite site generator, build the perfect backend and deploy anywhere you like.

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    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  9. Flamelink.io is a headless CMS for Firebase.

    freemium

    Beginner Question: How would you go around adding a CMS to a... about about 2 months ago:

    I've looked at PushTable and FlameLink already, but PushTable didn't seem to work at all, and FlameLink is really out of the budget for a small site like this.
  10. A simple CMS for Jekyll and Hugo sites.

    What is everyone using for their blog these days? JAMStack?... about 17 days ago:

    Add https://forestry.io/ for CMS functionality and you’re golden.
  11. The GraphQL Headless CMS

    So you have an idea for a startup—here's how to build it about 4 days ago:

    GraphCMS comes with an easy to use and simple graphical UI that allows non-technical people to add, edit, delete, and publish content.
  12. Headless CMS with the best editing tools

    Adventures in Content Migration about 18 days ago

    We had a client on a legacy CMS which no longer fulfilled their digital needs. They were due to move to a brand-new site powered by a headless CMS Kontent by Kentico. And as they had their old CMS for a long time, as you’d expect, they had generated a lot of content in it – most of which needed to be ported through to the new site.
  13. An open-source CMS for your Git workflow

    Ask HN: Best (Low-/No-Code) Solution for Simple Web-Based... about 8 months ago:

    Here are a few that are in the ball park, but mostly lacking the form bit (you have to make your own though most of these offer a way to have a append-only user for the form to act as): - Strapi (https://github.com/strapi/strapi) - Directus (https://github.com/directus/directus) - React Admin (https://github.com/marmelab/react-admin) - Netlify CMS - a bit off the mark but maybe worth considering...
  14. prismic.io is a web software you can use to manage content in any kind of website or app. API-driven.

    [AskWebDev] How to create a 3d blender environment with... about 6 days ago:

    3) The backend. As you have said you are using Django for that. So you can use Django Rest Framework to create an API that your front end code can pull data from when interacting with the ThreeJS environment. You can also use maybe a headless CMS like prismic or strapi if you don't want to do too much back end work.
  15. Sanity.io a platform for structured content that comes with an open-source editor that you can customize with React.js.

    freemium

    Help with .push components into an Array about 15 days ago

    Trying to create an Array of images, sourced from sanity.io CMS, then turn the images into next.js Image components. In the middle I have a plugin (https://www.sanity.io/plugins/next-sanity-image) which is used in the imageProps function:.
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    Shifter

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  17. API-based content management system for multi-device online publishing

    freemium $14.0 / Monthly (2 Users, Basic Plan)

  18. Strapi is the most advanced Node.

    How to Create a ChatBot Assistant using NextJs, TailwindCss... about 3 days ago

    This tutorial demonstrated how easily you can build a bot using technologies already very much common. If this interests you, check out Strapi's website to learn more about the headless CMS.
  19. TakeShape is Headless GraphQL CMS and Static Site Generator

    The Jamstack Identity Crisis: an Even-Handed Overview about 4 months ago

    We'd love to hear your thoughts on those four questions too! Make sure to tag us on Twitter at @TakeShapeIO and @jadenguitarman with your thoughts and check out our site at TakeShape.io to learn more about our plans.
  20. Build modern web apps, stay sane and deliver on time. 🚀

    paid Free Trial

    What should I use to build my new project? about 4 months ago:

    Otherwise if you want a framework to build on, there's Redwood (which works particularly well on Netlify and Vercel) or Webiny (for AWS, Azure and others).
  21. WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.

    Displaying requested data from a the database in wordpress about 1 day ago:

    I would also suggest to move from WordPress.com. As this going to be a custom project so you should setup a wordpress.org instead of .com.